Samsung TV Plus is now available on a dozen more Galaxy phone models

The Samsung TV Plus mobile app is now compatible with a wide range of Galaxy devices including foldables. As you might know, SamMobile exclusively reported on Samsung’s plans to bring TV Plus to mobile earlier this year. Our report was confirmed by the company at Galaxy Unpacked in September when it released the Samsung TV Plus mobile app for the Galaxy S10, Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy S20, and Galaxy Note 20 series.

Now, however, the Samsung TV Plus mobile app is supported by the Galaxy S9 series and the Galaxy Note 9, the Galaxy S20 FE, as well as the company’s foldables including the original Galaxy Fold, the Galaxy Z Fold 2, and the Galaxy Z Flip. The list goes on.

Samsung TV Plus is now supported by mid-range Galaxy phones

In addition to the flagship models mentioned above, Samsung has also added support for a handful of mid-range phones as well as one rugged device, namely the Galaxy XCover Pro

. As for mid-range handsets, the Galaxy A51, Galaxy A51 5G, and Galaxy A71 5G have all made the cut.

There’s no telling what devices will support Samsung TV Plus next but perhaps the company should also be focusing on making the platform available for its tablets too. Many Galaxy tablets have been marketed by Samsung as multimedia-consumption machines and in that spirit the Samsung TV Plus platform would be a perfect fit. There’s no new information on the matter as of this writing so the Galaxy Z Fold 2 is presently the largest mobile device to support Samsung TV Plus.

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  • Is this a downloadable app from either the Google Play or Galaxy Store(s)?

    As it doesn't seem to be in the UK versions of these places

    • On apk mirror download Samsung TV plus version 1.0.0032. Afterwards use a vpn to connect to the USA and then open the app. I suppose your can try other countries that's support it too. Not Very interesting though in my opinion. Lots of old stuff and nothing I'd personally bother watching, bit some people might like it.

    • So it hasn't appeared in any of the stores.
      But u can check on Google and u will get a link back to Sammobile to download it.
      But I think it's not available in every country.
      I'm in Germany and didn't work until I used a VPN to change to USA. Good luck

      • Did the App work after then or do you need to connect through VPN everytime you want to use it

        • You will always need a VPN each time you connect to the service.

          You can turn the VPN off and the app will continue to stream, but if you kill the app you will need to use a VPN to reconnect.

          I am in Australia.

    • Go to apk mirror, sideload Samsung TV pls version 1.0.0032. Afterwards use a vpn to connect to the USA and then open the app. I suppose your can try other countries that's support it too. It will work and streaming quality is good if you have high speed WiFi or mobile data. One thing though, it might not really be worth the bother, there's a lot of old programmes, TV series etc. I personally couldn't see anything that was worth my time. But if you want to try it, you can.

  • Yeah, no. You just fail to mention that the app is available to just a very few select markets...