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TikTok is now available on Samsung TVs in one more European country

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Last updated: November 10th, 2022 at 15:00 UTC+01:00

Over the past few years, Samsung has slowly but surely brought TikTok to its smart TVs in more markets. The TikTok app for Samsung TVs debuted in the UK almost two years ago and was introduced to North America at the end of 2021. Now, almost a year later, Samsung made an announcement that TikTok is available for smart TVs in one additional country in Europe.

TikTok is now available for Samsung smart TVs in Poland. The social media app can be downloaded from the Samsung TV app store on several models from 2018 to 2022, including QLED, Neo QLED, QD OLED, and Smart Monitors. The app is localized, i.e., it is available in the Polish language.

And, of course, TikTok is also compatible with The Sero lifestyle TV, which can offer an optimal viewing experience for vertical content. The Sero has a unique 90-degree Auto Rotate capability and can display landscape or portrait content. The feature is compatible with Galaxy smartphones and tablets running Android 10 and higher.

TikTok content on Samsung smart TVs is divided into 12 categories, from comedy to fashion and beauty to music, food, and more. The app is optimized for TVs, meaning that TikTok content is presented in the middle of the TV screen. Additional information, such as the author, video descriptions, and music, is split between the left and right sides of the screen.

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