In order to set up a digital signage display you’ll need a media player
to connect to your screen. Fugo runs on most professional and consumer grade devices, but we are
always ready to help you choose the right one for your business.
Fugo software runs on the digital signage media player of your choice.
You can integrate Fugo on any device that’s running Android OS. Whether it’s an
Android Box, media player, tablet, signboard, or smartphone you can use the Fugo Android
Player App to publish content with ease. You’ll find it in the Google Play store on your
device, or you can download and install it directly onto your device.
Fugo can integrate with any Amazon Fire device - media players, TVs, or
tablets - to power affordable, effective digital signage. Fire TV Stick is great value for the
cost if you don’t need portrait mode support.
Some of the most popular professional grade media players available, BrightSign
players boast a wide range of hardware options for building innovative signage displays. You
can run Fugo on any BrightSign player.
Often recommended as some of the most reliable professional grade media players
on the market, IAdea is known for its high quality and robust functionality - including 4K
video, animated HTML 5, interactive touch, HDMI in-functionality, and more. Fugo integrates
with all IAdea players.
Fugo delivers our software’s full feature set on Samsung SoC displays, with consistent
4K UHD picture quality, high reliability, and total ease of use. Samsung Smart Signage (SSSP) displays
include a diverse line up of professional screens powered by Tizen OS, and provide rich media options
and durability to withstand longer continuous operation and tougher environments.
LG boasts a range of displays specifically built for digital signage, including window-facing displays, flat-screen TVs, touch screen displays for interaction, stretched displays, and LED backlit displays. LG’s powerful embedded SoC uses LG webOS Signage to seamlessly run custom apps such as Fugo.
The BRAVIA professional series boast a powerful new System on a Chip (SoC) platform that eliminates the need for external hardware like a media player. This makes the displays less prone to potential interoperability issues from third-party hardware. And with simplified installation and connectivity, there are fewer points of failure.