LG launched their LG Cloud service in the US, South Korea and Russia last year, and now the company has announced that LG Cloud will be rolled out to 40 more countries around the world.
LG will start rolling out LG Cloud to additional countries in May, and Europe, Asia, Central Asia and Latin America will get the service by the end of May.
“LG Cloud eliminates the time-consuming process of having to download or manually transfer content between devices,” said Richard Choi, senior vice president of the Smart Business Center at LG Electronics “Today’s consumers are no longer loyal to only one type of screen. They move seamlessly from TVs to PCs to smartphones and it’s up to us to help them get the content they want whenever and wherever they want it. LG is one of very few companies that can offer integration across so many display products.”
You can find out more details about LG Cloud over at LG’s website.
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