A new app for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S9 has been launched, and it’s available to download for free from the app store.
The app is called KPI tv ad, and lets you watch your shows with an ad-free experience.
The company behind the app, KPI Digital TV, has also updated the app to the latest version.
The new version of the app features a new user interface, allowing users to view and search for ads without having to go through a complicated search engine.
The ad-less interface allows users to choose from different options for the ad-laden ads, which can be purchased for as little as $1.00 per ad.
The KPI app is a new addition to the Samsung digital TV ad app that was released last month.
The Samsung app is available for both the S8, S9, and Galaxy Note 8 smartphones.
Users can also browse through their content by device, device colors, and even by network.
The service also includes a KPRED app, which will help users see more information about their digital TV service.
Users will also be able to check out the new KPI ads through a virtual ad-supported experience.
The Samsung app will be available in the App Store as of March 3, 2020.
Users of the Galaxy S7 and S8 smartphones can download the app by going to the app section of the Samsung mobile app store and clicking the download button.
The download is free, and users of the S9 and Galaxy Nexus devices can download it for $2.99.
The free KPI ad service will also come to other smartphones, including the HTC One X+ and HTC 10.
The $1 cost is $1 for the app.
KPI is a division of KPI Technology.
The companies behind the ad services are KPI digital TV and KPI HDTV, which have both been acquired by Google in 2017.KPI Digital is based in Seoul, South Korea, and offers the most comprehensive digital TV advertising solution in the world.
The brand was founded in 2014 and is a part of Samsung Group.
The services include TV ads, live event broadcasts, and TV ad-related content for advertisers and publishers.
KPRed, the company behind KPI, will be taking over the digital TV ads business as the KPI family is now a standalone entity.