Samsung is responsible for some of the most popular Android phones in the world, but the company has a lot of other businesses in its corporate sleeves as well. Samsung brought its TV Plus service to select Galaxy phones a few months ago and announces expanded availability, which includes two new countries now, with more on the way next year.
With the new addition of Australia and Brazil, Samsung TV Plus is now available in a total of 12 areas, including the US, Canada, UK, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, Spain, Italy, Thailand and Korea. Customers in these regions with a modern Samsung TV or a recent Galaxy device, such as the S20 or Z Flip, can now watch 742 channels from about 300 of the world’s leading broadcast networks.
Samsung says it now reaches over 15 million active users thanks to recent expansions and new content partnerships. And the credits haven’t even been launched for TV Plus yet – more are planned to join several regions next year, including Mexico, India, Sweden and several European countries.
The Samsung TV Plus app is available on the Mirror and Play Store APK if you’re in one of the supported countries and want to personally check it out and help Samsung increase those active user numbers.