VidZone comes to Samsung
The music video service is now across the UK, France, Italy, Germany and Spain.
Currently available via the Samsung Apps and Google Play Store, the ad-funded service is free to Samsung users, with no in-app purchases.
Users with a 2014 Samsung Smart TV can wirelessly transfer content from the VidZone mobile or tablet app onto the big screen, streaming it in order of the play queue they have set up.
VidZone had only been on PlayStation until now, with more than 11 million people downloading it since 2009.
There's over 65,000 music videos from across the board of labels, as well as HD versions from the flashier stars with things like budgets, such as novelty dipshit, Pitbull.
There's also exclusive content such as video premieres, live and backstage nonsense.
Lee Epting, vice president of Samsung Electronics Media Solution Centre Europe, reckons: “The use of online video music streaming services is booming. VidZone is leading the charge with a service that delivers one of the richest and most extensive music video catalogues – available instantly at the touch of a button. We are delighted that the service has been designed and optimised specifically for Samsung devices, marking the first time that VidZone’s service will be available on smartphones, tablets and Smart TVs.”
Adrian Workman, CEO of VidZone kept it briefer when he added: “We’re delighted to be launching VidZone via the connected Samsung platform and excited that new VidZone, users can now enjoy our music video application via market leading Samsung mobiles, tablets and smart TVs.”
So there you go. A service that you can probably have for free, across all platforms, elsewhere.