Samsung To Scrap Video, Media Hub Service Starting August 1

Samsung is always innovating and making way for new services and features that look to help users in the modern day. Keeping up with the trend, the South Korean smartphone maker has announced that it will retire its Audio and Media Hub services on August 1.

Samsung has made that announcement that it will be retiring the Video and Media Hub service, so that it can focus on ‘exciting new video products'. With the new order in place, users won't be able to rent or purchase videos from video and media hub.

Samsung To Scrap Video, Media Hub Service Starting August 1

"As of August 1, 2014, Samsung Video and Media Hub will no longer be available as we focus on some exciting new video products. You will not be able to re-download past purchases but will still be able to use the video player for previously downloaded content," the company writes.

Still, users will have the option to download past purchases before August 1, 2014.

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With the new changes currently in the horizon, Samsung has advised users to move their previously purchased content to their new video partner M-GO. And in case you haven't heard about M-GO, it is basically a joint venture of DreamWorks Animation and Technicolor.

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All the users who transfer their previously purchased videos to M-GO will be able to access them at no additional cost. In fact, users will also receive a $13 ‘Welcome Offer' once they complete the transfer.

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