Published On: February 16, 2011

Samsung Adds Lovefilm to Blu-ray Players

Published On: February 16, 2011

Samsung Adds Lovefilm to Blu-ray Players

Lovefilm.com, a company headquartered in the United Kingdom specializing in rentals, already available on Samsung's HDTVs, has now been added to applications on Samsung Blu-ray players, according to a report in the website pocket-lint.com.

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Pocket-lint.com reports that Samsung has added Lovefilm to the many apps available on the company's Blu-ray players.

Lovefilm can already be accessed on the HDTVs Samsung manufactures, as well as Sony's web-enabled TV products. Lovefilm.com is a UK-based rental company, similar to Netflix. The company is owned by Amazon currently.

Additional Resources
• Read more Blu-ray player news from HomeTheaterReview.com.
• Find an AV receiver for these Samsung Blu-ray players.
• See the original Pocket-lint.com article, here.

Andy Griffiths, VP of consumer electronics at Samsung UK said: "Adding the Lovefilm streaming service to all Samsung Blu-ray players and Blu-ray home theatre systems is great news for us at Samsung as we're dedicated to providing our customers with relevant and exciting content, all from the comfort of their own home."

Like Netflix, to access Lovefilm, users will need the proper hardware and a subscription to the service. In that way, it differs from the Amazon VOD service.

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