Samsung SMART TV Apps – Play Angry Birds On Your TV

Angry Birds app on Samsung SMART TV
Angry Birds app on Samsung SMART TV

30 July 2012, Singapore – The Samsung SMART TV now comes with a new suite of entertainment, gaming, e-learning and informative apps available from the Samsung Apps TV Store.

Angry Birds is now available off your Samsung SMART TV with just the wave of a hand in front of the screen, powered by Samsung’s Smart Interaction technology and is available now ONLY for Samsung Smart TV 2012.

Enjoy Korean dramas, Japanese anime, award-winning independent films and more at no additional charge and translated into the language of choice with VIKI PREMIERE app on Samsung SMART TV 2011 / 2012.

Singtel mio TV Play
Singtel mio TV Play

Singtel mio TV Play and Starhub Video Store lets you watch Video-On-Demand directly on your TV, without the need of a set-top box. Singtel mio TV Play is available now for Samsung Smart TV 2011 / 2012 while Starhub Video Store will be available soon.


E-Learning on Samsung Smart TV

The E-Learning educational apps are localised  for the development of educational TV apps for the Samsung Smart TV platform and ecosystem announced in September 2011 with the Media Development Authority of Singapore’s (MDA) Interactive Digital Media Programme Office (IDMPO).

Yummy Science, Calculus, Ferog in Well, My First World will be available in September 2012, to help promote interest self-learning at home and interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.


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