LG has announced its webOS Re:New program, enabling LG smart TV owners to access webOS upgrades, starting from 2022 models and continuing on each model for up to five years. With the new webOS 24, users can experience greater personalisation while future-proofing their TVs.

The latest version of LG webOS allows users to create up to 10 individual profiles. In each profile, the webOS Home Screen greets users with recommendations according to viewing behaviour, while providing easy access and customisation to personalise content and service selection.

LG Quick Cards return with webOS 24, allowing users to categorise apps and services to their most used. The latest LG smart TVs can recognise users’ voices based on profiles and offer personalised recommendations tailored to the speaking user, even if another profile is in use.  

Through partnerships with leading streaming services, users can watch the latest movies, TV shows, documentaries, live sports and more with apps for Stan, Disney+ Amazon Prime, Netflix, Apple TV+, Foxtel, Kayo, Paramount+, and Optus Sport, all available on LG TVs.

Expanding the range of available content is LG Channels with over 80 free channels across news, sports, movies, TV series, and exclusives. This platform has recently been enhanced with an improved user experience thanks to streamlined organisation and convenient search functions.

The latest LG TVs now support Google Chromecast built-in, as well as Apple AirPlay for compatibility with Android and iOS devices. 2024 LG Smart TVs with the latest webOS upgrades are also Matter compatible, enabling them to become part of the smart home and connect with other Matter-compatible smart home devices. 

With improved Multi View, the screen can be split to show programs from different sources at the same time. In the 2024 OLED M4 and G4 models, users can split the screen four times.