Third-party Features

The following questions are related to features provided by third parties, such as Google or YouTube.

You can use third-party data management and analytics solutions, such as mParticle and GoogIe Analytics, in the application, but you must contact the provider for support.

Samsung does not provide support for third-party features.

   #google analytics    #data management    #mparticle    #statistics    #analysis    #data collection

You can use YouTube API features, but they are not guaranteed to work properly.

Samsung does not provide support for third-party features.

   #youtube

You can use third-party ad-serving platforms, such as Google AdSense, but the advertisements are not guaranteed to work properly.

Samsung does not provide support for third-party features.

Note In-app advertising must only be shown within your application, and must not intrude on the user experience.

   #ad serving platform    #google adsense    #in app advertising    #advertisement    #ad framework

Facebook Login is not supported on Samsung TVs.

However, in a Samsung TV application, you can implement the Single Sign-On (SSO) feature (for Tizen and Samsung Legacy Platform applications), which allows the user to save login information to their TV.

   #facebook login    #single sign on    #sso    #user login    #user account

In general, external libraries are not supported and not guaranteed to work.

   #external library    #jsonrpc

Samsung does not provide support for third-party features, such as JW Player. To ensure compatibility, use HTML audio and video elements or the AVPlay API for media playback.

   #jw player    #streaming    #media playback    #avplay api    #audio element    #video element