Extend your mobile contents onto your Samsung Smart TV and The FRAME TV
With the all-new Samsung Smart View app, you can enjoy your personalized Smart Hub experience on your smartphone or tablet with all the benefits of touch. Browse across your favorite live TV and streaming apps more. Discover and launch your movies, shows, sports, music or games directly from your phone without interrupting your viewing experience on the TV.
New features of Smart View include:
1. A brand new user interface that unifies your experience across all devices
2. Direct access to your favorite apps on the mobile phone without interrupting TV playback
3. A completely re-designed soft remote that is always accessible
4. Direct deep linking to your entertainment apps including sports, music and games
5. Ability to turn on the TV in Standby mode (Wake on Wireless) for supported models. Need Bluetooth to be ON on the mobile device or tablet.
6. A new game controller
7. An art mode navigation & setting menu for The Frame TV users, to customize Arts or Photos
Supported Smasung SmartTV models*:
. 2011 : LED D7000 and above, PDP D8000 and above.
. 2012 : LED ES7500 and above, PDP E8000 and above.
. 2013 : LED F4500 and above (except F9000 and above), PDP F5500 and above.
. 2014 : H4500, H5500 and above (except H6003/H6103/H6153/H6201/H6203).
. 2015 : J4500, J5500 and above (except J6203).
. 2016 : K4300, K5300 and above.
. 2017 : ULS003U
* Art mode navigation is not supported for tablet models.
* Supported TV models may vary by region.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for any suggestions or feedback.
Notification about the Frame content (SAMSUNG COLLECTION) deletion on Smart View in China
Ratings and Reviews
So lame requires TV to be on WiFi. Even Brother printer app finds printer on wired network
So lame requires TV to be on same WiFi network. Even the Brother printer app finds my Brother color laser printer on my wired network. Isn’t rocket science to find a device on a wired network using the WiFi connection...Good reasons have my 1600W/7.2/4K/3.5TB(SSD!) home AV system on a wired network. First have very long random character passwords for security that are impossible to type in on a keyboard whether onscreen or Bluetooth. Second at higher volumes such as maximum comfortable listening level of -30dB don’t want WiFi audio drops which could hurt hearing...Not surprising app is lame. After all my 1st gen 2014 Samsung 4K TV only has one 4K HDMI input not even the ARC so can’t use my 4K AV receiver as the 4K source with ARC. So lame only one 4K input for a “4K” TV...Even brand new Samsung tablet doesn’t have mobile hotspot functionality which is useful for traveling since Microsoft defeatured Windows 10 mobile Hotspot with Fall Creators Update unless use Windows Defender and only default settings at that. Guess Samsung is not my only nominee for the Golden Poo award. So lame.
Bought a Samsung TV partly because they advertise this kind of connectivity with iOS. Doesn’t work. At all.
Same network, multiple kinds of efforts to enable a connection, lots of internet searches, totally wasted effort. Frustrating.
Adding insult to injury my 8500 series TV also won’t connect to Bluetooth audio devices that many other devices find instantly.
There’s no TV firmware update to remedy either issue. I keep checking that too. And my router. No stated issues for ports to open or apps to enable via firewall - same network shouldn’t matter anyway.
I’m ready to return the TV for a problem that the software engineers could easily fix in order to align to the marketing and users manual. I’m having to struggle after spending a lot of money and buying into the marketing.
One Samsung rep replied on the Samsung site that they can’t guarantee connectivity with third party devices. ...For an open standard on an app downloaded from the Apple App Store onto multiple recent devices, iPad Air, iPhone 8 Plus, using different iOS versions - and NONE worked. Clearly - untested before release.
Wish I’d known before buying. Hours wasted. Money wasted.
Glad it works for at least one person. Wonder why.
Everything But the Select Button
Yesterday, I didn’t even know that this app existed! My kids lose the remote constantly, so this app is going to be a savior. It has (almost) everything! Volume controls! Directional buttons! Mute! But, the one thing I can’t find is the most important button of all... the “select” button. On my physical remote, there is a big, circular select button in the middle of the directional buttons. You press it to, you know, select stuff. You can even long-press it to get more information about stuff. But, this app remote seems to be missing the select button. I’ve tried tapping in the middle of the track pad. I’ve tried the A, B, C, and D buttons. I’ve tried the pause/play button. No luck.
What *has* worked is switching to the in-app gamepad and pressing the A button there. But, that’s really inconvenient.
Am I missing something?
- Samsung Electronics
- 116 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Italian, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2016 SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO. LTD.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.