Galaxy S20 gets exclusive three-month free access to Flipboard TV
Samsung unveiled a bunch of new high-end smartphones two days ago. The company closely worked with brands like Google, Microsoft, Netflix, and Spotify for some unique software integrations for the Galaxy S20, Galaxy Z Flip, and the Galaxy Buds+. Now, Flipboard has announced that it is launching its paid video service, which will be exclusive to the Galaxy S20 series for now.
Flipboard TV is a new curated video service that is integrated into the Flipboard app. It brings professionally produced video content from popular creators and media publishers across a variety of topics like business, entertainment, fashion, news, politics, technology, and more.
Flipboard’s new video service curates business videos from Barron’s, Bloomberg, Market Watch, The Wall Street Journal, and others, while entertainment content is sourced from Rolling Stones, US Weekly, and Variety. It also gives access to local TV news in the US from KCCI, KCRA, and WESH. The Politics channel gets content from The Recount and others.
The content curation service says that Flipboard TV will have more than 100 publishers at launch, which coincides with the launch of the Galaxy S20 series. Initially, Flipboard TV will be exclusively available on the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and the Galaxy S20 Ultra. It will cost $2.99 per month after the three-month free trial.