By installing a Google Play Edition app onto your Samsung Galaxy TV, you can install a remote app onto the TV, too.
The app is called Sea Spray, and it allows you to install apps that use Google’s “deep learning” technology.
The Sea Sprays, like the Fire TVs, work by downloading and installing software that learns the patterns of your TV’s motion, lighting, and audio.
Sea Spraying works by recognizing patterns in your motion and lighting patterns in the images captured by your TV.
Sea Spray can also take pictures, and if you use it to take pictures on the TV screen, Sea Sprayers can also create “deep neural networks” that can understand the meaning of those pictures.
When you run the Sea Sprayer app on your Samsung TV, it will use deep neural networks to understand the patterns that the Sea Spray app detected, and create an image for you.
SeaSpray is currently only available in the US, Canada, and some European countries.
It also requires an Amazon Echo Dot or Amazon Fire Stick.
You’ll need to purchase a Sea Sprayed device through Amazon’s Appstore.
In the US and Canada, you’ll need a $99 Amazon Echo device or an Echo Dot to use SeaSprays.
If you’re not sure whether your device is compatible with SeaSprayers, read our guide to choosing the right device for your Amazon Echo.
In Europe, you won’t be able to use it on your TV unless you buy an Echo device through the Amazon Appstore, but there’s a workaround: The SeaSprayer app is currently limited to UK customers, but Amazon has confirmed that it plans to expand the feature to the US.
If Amazon can expand the service to the UK, then we expect to see SeaSpraying be available in many other countries soon.
For more info on SeaSprayne, check out our review.