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On-demand AFL games via Samsung Smart TV

For those fans that live to watch on-demand AFL games, then you will be happy to know that you can now view them via Samsung Smart TV. To do this you will need to download the new app. There are those of you out there who think that too much sport is not enough, and it is nice to know that Samsung feels the same way.

The app in question is called AFL Game Analyser and the best bit is that it is free via the Samsung Apps store. Once installed you will be able to view AFL games from 2010 and 2011. However, this is not a live service, so games will only become available within 12 hours of play. For those of you who have the NRL app, then you will know just how it all works.

We all know that fans of AFL are all critics, so now you can take this to the next level by interacting with all areas of the game, while all the time sharing what you think of the game with your friends. We have touched on the subject about how Samsung Smart TV is now bringing you closer to events by interacting with friends more; this is another example of that.

Some of the features include being able to watching key moments time and again to digesting all the statistics from each game. Hopefully this will give you a greater insight — maybe you will be able to back up an AFL related argument or two now? For more features visit Samsung Australia.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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