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Galaxy video app unveiled by Samsung, BigFlix

A new video on demand application for Samsung tablets and smart phones has been launched in India by the BigFlix movie rental company, part of the Reliance Big Entertainment empire.

Users of Galaxy S, SII and Galaxy Tab 750 mobile devices can now download full length films and other video content via the My Movies app, choosing from a library of over 2,000 hours of films, trailers, TV shows and music videos.

"By providing consumers with India relevant applications and rich content on our smart mobile devices like tablets and smartphones, we are seeking to make their experience with our devices more engaging and immersive," said Ranjit Yadav, country head, Samsung Mobile and IT.

The entertainment catalogue will be browsable with 'one touch', with premium content ready for download whenever a user should require.

My Movies will, in the future, offer premium content via subscription too. This subscription based service will provide films without interruption from advertisements, according to Samsung.

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