Samsung has released a much-requested update for a selection of its Smart TVs, bundling support for Amazon Prime Music, as well as a number of miscellaneous bug fixes and stability improvements.
The Prime Music TV application, which is available for all of Samsung’s 2015, 2016 and 2017 Smart TV models, lets you access your library, browse playlists and tune into algorithmically-generated radio stations.
This isn’t the first time that Amazon has worked with Samsung to bring one of its digital services to the firm’s high-end Smart TVs, though. Prime Video has been listed on Smart Hub for as long as we can remember.
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Samsung has been the market’s leading Smart TV manufacturer for the past decade, made possible by a number of in-house innovations, including Quantum Dot panels and its all-new HDR10 Plus technology.
Hold up! What’s Amazon Prime Music?
Prime Music, for those unaware, is an on-demand music-streaming platform that comes bundled with Amazon’s £7.99-per-month Prime subscription, alongside Prime Video and free one-day shipping.
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