Samsung has updated its Smart TVs feature the Smart Hub platform, which offers users content focused on sports, music, video on demand and apps.

Samsung’s New Sports Service

Samsung’s new ‘Sports’ service integrates content featuring your favorite team, whether its live games, scores or vod, and shows in one page - which makes it easier to see when your favorite team is on. Samsung ‘Sports” will also alert you when your favorite team is playing, and thanks to notifications in the SmartView app, you can get these alerts even when the TV is off.

Samsung New Music Service

Samsung’s new “Music” service features content from music app partners, including Spotify, iHeartRadio, Napster, Deezer, Sirius XM, Vevo and Melon and Melon and Bugs. Samsung’s new music service is focused on offering a solid app lineup to make it more attractive than streaming media players like Apple TV, Fire TV, Chromecast and Roku.

Powered by Shazam, Samsung’s Smart TV users will be able to identify the songs they hear on live TV. Samsung’s service will also feature suggestions of new music you may like which can be found in the “Preview” section.

Samsung third service, TV Plus, will soon be available in the U.S. on select smart TVs, and will roll out to European users in April later this year. Samsung’s TV Plus feature aggregates TV and movie content from various services into one single interface. This means you’ll get to watch on-demand TV shows as well as rent movies from FandangoNow.

In addition, Samsung updated its Smart View app for iOS and Android, which offers a remote control, recommendations on what to watch and other notifications that work with the newly added services.