Third-party TVs running LG’s webOS will be offered a ‘substantially’ expanded offer of content streaming options, the South Korean tech giant has said.
Coinciding with the latest generational update to the platform earlier this year, LG announced that it had begun licencing its webOS TV platform ecosystem to brands such as RCA, Ayonz and Konka.
While these systems run the OS, they did not have access to the full complement of streaming apps available on first-party LG TVs.
LG however has said that it will add support for premium content services by the end of the year. The new apps available on third-party webOS-running TVs includes Disney+, Vudu, Pandora, HBO Max and SLING TV.
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