Technicolor and Dreamworks’ multiscreen video service M-Go has launched on Samsung smart TVs in the US, marking its first smart TV deployment to date.
The free app is available now through Samsung’s Smart Hub store on 2012 models of Samsung TVs, with users able to rent movies and TV shows through the service on a per-title basis.
“Providing easier access to the movies and TV shows people care about is M-Go’s mission. Going live on Samsung Smart TVs is a huge milestone in giving consumers the power to enjoy an entire world of entertainment at their fingertips on the big screen at home,” said M-Go CEO John Batter.
M-Go has content deals with Hollywood’s major studios, but for content it doesn’t store, it directs viewers to other media stores including Amazon, Hulu, iTunes, Netflix and Vudu in a bid to take “the hassle out of watching great digital entertainment quickly and easily.”
M-Go is also available on Android and iOS tablets, online on computers and via selected Google TV devices.
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