Smart Hub is the interface to all of Samsung's Smart TV features. From the Smart Hub, you can easily access the Search All feature, see movie and app recommendations, open You Tube or launch all of the apps you have downloaded to your TV.
Search All brings you easy ways to locate shows you want to watch — even while you're viewing live TV — and helps find related content on the web or other Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) connected devices.
Your Video (recommendation engine)
Your Video recommends movies and TV shows that reflect your individual tastes. Based on ratings and previous viewing history, Your Video serves up videos that are right for you.
Samsung Apps overview
Samsung Apps is a growing collection of premium web-connected apps specifically built for your TV that connects you to your favorite digital content, such as movies from Netflix or Blockbuster, TV shows from Hulu Plus™, videos from YouTube, next-level sports information from ESPN, music from Pandora, and social updates from Facebook or Twitter.
Samsung movie and music apps
Movie apps like VUDU and Netflix take "on demand" content to a whole new level. These apps let you download and/or stream content in real time from movie and TV libraries with thousands of options. Miss your favorite Thursday-night TV show? With Hulu Plus™, you can watch recently aired TV shows from networks like ABC, Fox and NBC — on your own time. And music lovers can appreciate streaming music on their TVs, as well as personalize their own TV radio "station" with the app from Pandora.
Samsung gaming, social networking and news Apps
Let your TV screen double as a virtual playground for social networking or gaming. Samsung's suite of TV apps also includes popular social-networking apps like Facebook and Twitter. You can enjoy gaming apps like Texas Hold'em and QuizzMaster. Or, download popular entertainment and useful informational apps like AccuWeather, USA Today or Google Maps.
Connect your TV to the Internet
To start using the Samsung Apps platform on your Samsung TV, you must first connect your TV to the Internet, which is an easier process than it may sound. Some Samsung TVs have built-in Wi-Fi and other TVs require a wireless adaptor called a LinkStick (sold separately). Both options offer quick and easy connection to your home network. For more information on how to hook up your Samsung TV to the Internet, go to www.samsung.com/spstv and search for your model TV.
Please note that available apps may vary by product and model.