LG Cloud For TVs Goes Global

  • Available for Smartphones, PCs and Smart TV
  • Stream up to 5GB of free content
  • Resume play function

LG Electronics is now rolling out its TV-centric cloud service to more than 40 countries including Europe, Asia, Central Asia and Latin America regions by the end of next month.

  • Available for Smartphones, PCs and Smart TV
  • Stream up to 5GB of free content
  • Resume play function

LG Electronics is now rolling out its TV-centric cloud service to more than 40 countries including Europe, Asia, Central Asia and Latin America regions by the end of next month.

The LG Cloud enables users to stream content directly to any LG Cinema 3D Smart TV. It also provides cloud storage solutions to store entertainment content that automatically synchronizes between PCs, smartphones and TVs.

The service can be accessed using LG’s Cloud app which can be downloaded on Google Play or the LG Smart World Store. The app is very easy to install and is compatible with LG Cinema 3D Smart TVs, PCs and Android smartphones. Once the app is installed, users can begin streaming up to 5GB of content for free directly to their Smart TV without the need to download files to a smart storage device.

The service allows for multimedia files can be conveniently saved and streamed from the Cloud while content can be uploaded to the cloud using the PC client, website or smart device. LG also plans to provide support for smart home appliances in the future so that users would be able to connect and share via the LG Cloud for a truly integrated and convenient experience.

Moreover, the Cloud service is also capable of transcoding and streaming multimedia content to mobile devices by N-Screen. It also features a resume play function that lets users seamlessly view or listen to content across multiple products.

LG is actually one of the few companies to offer such a comprehensive plan to get people’s homes interconnected through the internet and the cloud. But as more and more companies put smart technology into their products, it’s only a matter of time before we see other big names make a leap into interconnectivity among different devices.

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