LG’s webOS TV, the proprietary software platform that runs on LG’s smart TVs, has announced the rollout of a new firmware update that will add native support for even more third-party streaming platforms such as Disney+, Vudu, Pandora and more.
The newest firmware update adds support for a total of 5 new streaming services, including:
- HBO Max
- SLING TV
With Disney+, subscribers will be able to access original feature-length films, shows and documentaries from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and National Geographic. And customers of Vudu on webOS-powered TVs will be able to enjoy over 10,000 free feature films without a subscription.
Before this update, LG webOS TV already supported various third-party streaming platforms such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Twitch, Spotify and Hulu. In addition to this, webOS TV supports casting technologies such as Google Chromecast and Apple AirPlay 2.
The firmware will be rolling to all webOS TV over the next few months, and will enable these new streaming services in markets where they are currently offered.