Samba TV brings Popular Science, TMZ, iFood, and more to the Amazon Fire TV

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Samba TV, the smart TV publishing company started by early employees of BitTorrent, has just released 5 new video apps for the Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick. Most notably is Hotlist, a video hub app which offers “all the best internet videos” from over 80 different sources like CNET, Lifetime, College Humor, Break, Engadget, and Fora just to name a few. Individual apps for Popular Science, ifood.tv, and TMZ have also been released. Lastly, there’s Video Detective which streams movie, TV, and video game trailers, in addition to music videos.

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2 comments
  1. TheCodingDutchman says:

    Shoot, was hoping Samba TV was a native SMB video player for AFTV (of course, Kodi works fine).

  2. Shaun says:

    All these 30 seconds ads in-between clips is getting to be a bit overwhelming.

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