By Annie Yazbeck
I can't find the Spotify app on the LG Content Store. When I search it, there is no result. Anyone can help me to get Spotify on LG Smart TV? I tried to use DRmare Software to download Spotify songs to USB flash drive and play them on my LG Smart TV offline for free. But I prefer to use it via the Spotify app directly.
By News Reporter
In a world where every frame tells a story and every sound evokes emotion, LG OLED serves as the ideal movie companion by bringing the immersive experience of the big screen into the comfort of your home.
In recent years, the most discerning cinematic experts, including top directors and colorists, have chosen LG OLED for their next endeavor. For example, Lee Sung Jin, creator of the Netflix series BEEF which claimed three Golden Globes and eight Emmys in 2023, expressed his admiration for LG OLED’s breathtaking picture quality in an
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In this interview, Lee expressed his desire to utilize LG OLED during post-production of his next project, highlighting its true black and precisely calibrated colors that let audiences view his vision exactly as intended. He even recommended films renowned for their striking contrast and abundant colors that look even more extraordinary on an LG OLED TV, including Bong Joon-ho’s Mother, Park Chan-wook’s The Handmaiden and Paul Thomas Anderson’s There Will Be Blood.
Colorists are just as enthused about LG OLED’s endless potential, regarding it as a reliable reference display for the task of color grading. , Walter Volpatto, an experienced colorist best known for his exceptional work on Green Book, Dunkirk and Star Wars: The Last Jedi, described LG OLED TV as the perfect monitor, proudly stating how he often uses it for client reviews. Leading tech media outlets worldwide have joined industry experts like Walter Volpatto in recognizing the superior viewing experience provided by LG OLED TV’s stunning brightness and exceptional contrast.
To enlighten movie buffs about the cinematic brilliance offered by LG OLED TV, LG is catering to their specific interests. The , which launched on prominent movie review platform Letterboxd, gives critics, tech experts and filmmakers somewhere to exchange their insights and opinions on movies they watched on LG OLED TV with other users. LG also debuted the LG OLED New Currents Award and LG OLED Vision Award at last year’s Busan International Film Festival which acknowledge the brightest up-and-coming and independent filmmakers.
LG OLED continues to garner acclaim from some of the titans of cinema thanks in no small part to its unparalleled AI processor that unlocks visual and audio excellence. At CES 2024, the company unveiled the 2024 OLED evo series with the new α (Alpha) 11 AI processor, which enhances graphics performance by 70 percent and speeds up processing speeds by 30 percent compared to its predecessor for the ultimate movie-watching experience.
Its newest OLED TVs also come with upgraded AI upscaling, which utilizes precise pixel-level image analysis to effectively sharpen objects and backgrounds. Through the power of AI, LG OLED TVs calibrate colors by considering the mood and emotions directors/creators intended to evoke. Besides offering impressive picture quality, AI Sound Pro helps viewers immerse themselves in the onscreen action by providing virtual 11.1.2 surround sound from the TV’s built-in speaker system.
On top of Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos, LG’s 2024 OLED TVs are the first in the industry to support Dolby Vision Filmmaker Mode to enable exceptional picture accuracy that stays faithful to the creator’s vision.
Filmmakers and colorists consistently praise LG OLED for its exceptional AI processor that unlocks visual and audio excellence, uniquely designed for LG OLED. Committed to providing the most distinctive, true-to-life viewing experiences, LG OLED promises movie enthusiasts worldwide an unparalleled cinematic journey.
To discover even more ways in which LG OLED is changing the game in creative fields such as cinema and the arts, stay tuned to the .
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By News Reporter
Coming to Earlier LG Smart TV Models, webOS Re:New Program Gives More Users
Access to the Elevated Home Entertainment Experience Most Recent Platform Provides
SEOUL, Jan. 4, 2024 — LG Electronics (LG) announced that it is offering the latest upgrade* of the webOS smart TV platform to owners of older LG Smart TVs, effectively evolving their smart TV into the ultimate home entertainment hub.
In early 2024, the webOS Re:New program will bring the latest webOS upgrade to every model in LG’s 2022 OLED TV lineup, LG OLED Flex, LG OLED Objet Collection Posé as well as LG’s 2022 QNED Mini LED 8K (QNED99/95 series), promising users the joy of a new TV experience for the next five years. This upgrade will be extended to more LG TVs worldwide in the future to add more entertainment and versatility to the TV experience across the world.
With the latest version of webOS, LG Smart TV owners can enjoy an even more personalized TV experience with a Home Screen that greets users with recommendations according to their tastes. The user interface is highly customizable, which means viewers can personalize the selection of content and services and access them with even greater ease. And to make the process even more seamless, the Quick Card UI intuitively sorts diverse content and services into categories like music, games and sports within a user-centric interface that resembles mobile user interface design.
What’s more, courtesy of advanced security technology and an optimized operating system, users are protected with a high level of stability, security and seamlessness throughout the entire viewing experience.
With more LG Smart TVs adopting the latest webOS upgrade, content providers and service developers will have more opportunities to spread new content, services and features to a wider audience.
LG has shared its bold vision to become a media and entertainment platform, a business transformation that will enrich customers’ lives by delivering valuable services and a unique collection of curated content across its wide-ranging products. Powering more than 200 million LG Smart TVs worldwide, webOS will continue to evolve through significant upgrades to constantly revolutionize the customer experience. LG is poised to invest heavily in its webOS business to secure a vast library of content and services so that it can cater to the diverse lifestyles and preferences of consumers, strengthening its competitive edge in content selection and convenience.
“Demonstrated by the constant improvement to the webOS platform’s UX and UI, LG is firmly dedicated to elevating convenience and security, ensuring that users benefit from a hassle-free and secure experience when using our products,” said Baik Seon-pill, leader of the LG Home Entertainment Company’s Product Planning Division. “We strive to provide life-enriching experiences for our customers by delivering a wide range of content and services on our TVs.”
The LG Home Entertainment Company’s latest innovations will be on show at CES 2024 from January 9-12 at the LG booth (#16008, Las Vegas Convention Center). To keep up with all of LG’s exciting announcements at CES, visit
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* Pop-up notifications offering a full upgrade without the need to select specific UX, UI or features are only sent to customers who have agreed to receive them. Please note that this upgrade does not cover the TV’s hardware performance, features or durability.
for a couple of years now, I've enjoyed AirPlay between my mid-2012 MacBook Pro and my LG Smart TV. But last week, I had to do a Migriation Asst./Time Machine re-install of the system drive on my MacBook Pro/Mojave. Result is that I can no longer get a connection with my LG TV. Two things:
When attempting to AirPlay connect, I now get a Mac window asking for a PIN code. Then , the LG goes black and gives me a 4-digit AirPlay code, I enter it in to the Mac, but it reports, "could not connect to LG TV" etc. 2. I've put an AirPlay icon in the menu bar, but when I click on it, I see a greyed-out "AirPlay:" that constantly switches back and forth between "AirPlay: Looking for TV..." and "AirPlay: Off"
All help/thoughts appreciated!