Samsung News App Set to Make its Debut in Europe

Earlier this year, we shared news about Samsung’s plan to introduce its revamped Samsung News app, replacing the existing Samsung Free app. Designed as a comprehensive news aggregation service, Samsung News draws content from various partner publications and websites, presenting it in a user-friendly format reminiscent of platforms like Google News or Discover.

Initially launched in the United States in April, Samsung remained silent regarding the app’s availability in other regions. However, recent evidence suggests that Samsung News is now poised to make its long-awaited debut in Europe, indicating an imminent arrival in the continent’s market.

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A recent patent application filed with the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) has substantiated Samsung’s forthcoming expansion plans for its news aggregation platform. The application reaffirms Samsung’s intentions to introduce its innovative platform to additional markets, with strong indications pointing towards the Old Continent as the next destination for this exciting venture.

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The recent patent application does not disclose any specific information about the partners Samsung has selected or has not selected for the European release of Samsung News.

Initially introduced as Bixby Home, Samsung’s interactive content aggregation home screen was subsequently rebranded as Samsung Daily before evolving into Samsung Free.

Samsung News, as a platform, holds the potential to enhance communication and clarity regarding its offerings. Additionally, a news service naturally presents advertising opportunities. If you’re intrigued, it is already possible to explore and experience Samsung News firsthand.

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