In recent times we have seen a big increase in TVs that connect to the internet and interact more with users. Along with 3D Smart TVs have increased in availability and the amount of content they have to offer. This year it has been rumored that Apple could be joining this market with their own branded set and change the way we use them. Today we have news that Samsung India secures Smart TV apps for the region.
A leading online music provider for Indian music has reached an agreement with Samsung India, and according to IIFL iMusti.com will work on video applications exclusively for Samsung Smart TV owners. The deal that is the first of its kind will try and offer customers a supreme audiovisual experience.
The applications will provide customers the chance to stream movies and videos on demand, with more than 5,000 titles across various genres and languages. Popular movies along with contemporary TV shows as well as regional compilation of songs and movies from Bengali to Marathi will be on offer.
During the next year iMusti.com will also develop another twelve applications for the service. Samir D. Khandwala of iMusti, Inc. stated that the company has always concentrated on offering a varied range of Indian music.
Khandwala went on to say that the company is looking to develop their video applications for consumers around the world, and that “Samsung’s unrivaled scale and remarkable global customer base will help us achieve the same”.
Currently the internet video market is only just beginning in India, but it is expected to grow at a rapid rate in the next few years. iMusti.com has 24 different genres of Indian music on offer that is licensed, and brings with it a range of audio and video content on many different platforms around the world. It has applications for Android and iOS mobile devices for the likes of Apple, Samsung, HTC, and Motorola.
Later this month with CES 2012 we will probably see a lot more innovation with Samsung and other companies with Smart TVs, and we will bring all the news as it happens here on Product Reviews. Do you have a Smart TV?
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