After the arrival in Latin America of HBO Max, this week, and silently, without any bombastic announcement, Samsung TV Plus, Samsung’s streaming platform, a service more similar to Pluto TV, was launched.
Although the service had already been available on Samsung televisions and Android cell phones, now it can also be viewed online in any internet browser by entering www.samsungtvplus.com.
However, for now, not all of us will be able to see it. The service can be seen in countries like the United States, but not in Latin America, at least for now.
Unlike HBO Max o Disney Plus o Netflix o Prime Video, is more like Pluto TV. It is completely free (sponsored by advertising) you do not have to subscribe or enter credit cards.
The contents of Samsung TV Plus are extensive, with topics ranging from movies, sports, children, comedies, gastronomy, gamers and more.
As we indicated, Samsung TV Plus has been available on Samsung televisions since 2016, but now it is also possible to enjoy the service from a browser, although in selected markets. Latin America, you will have to wait (or enter via a VPN application).
More information in www.samsungtvplus.com.