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Samsung adds 'Just Dance Now' to its smart TV hub

You can pay for subscriptions through the TV's billing system.
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It's not that hard to start playing Just Dance Now -- you only have to download and install the app. Samsung, however, is making it easier to access on its smart TVs by adding the app to its new Smart Hub interface. The Smart Hub gives you quick access to content from different sources like Netflix, YouTube, Hulu and Amazon Prime Videos, eliminating the need to jump from one application to another. You'll be able to access Just Dance Now under games, and you can even pay for a subscription through Samsung's billing system.

In case you haven't tried it yet, Just Dance Now is the mobile, online multiplayer version of the popular franchise. It uses your phone as a motion controller, so you need to hold it while you're following the steps shown on your desktop, laptop or television. You'll be able to access it through Samsung's Smart Hub in 50 countries, so long as you have a 2015 or a 2016 smart TV model.

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