Samsung launches Music Hub Mobile Music service
Samsung has launched Music Hub, integrated, all-in-one mobile music service. The Music Hub offers your music in one integrated mobile and web service. You can upload your music collection to the cloud and can also enjoy personal and genre radio and discover new music everyday with customized recommendations from 19 million songs. It would compete with Spotify that offers music streaming, Google Music that lets you upload music to the cloud and Apple iTunes Match.
Features of Samsung Music Hub
- Scan and Match Cloud Locker that decreases upload time and ensure high-quality playback. You get 100 GB of storage for all unmatched songs and it stays automatically updated across all authorized devices.
- Catalog of millions of songs which you can stream or purchase, with unlimited plays and no advertisements. You can also share songs with friends, and view lyrics and album information.
- It has personal radio and programmed stations based on songs and artists you love, or browse genre stations recommended and tailor-crafted by the Music Hub team.
- Discover great new music all the time with customized recommendations for songs, artists, albums and radio stations. The more you listen, the better recommendations you’ll get.
- It is Optimized for Mobile, specifically for Samsung device that offers advanced streaming and downloading options that let you save storage space, play music when offline, and cut down on cellular data usage.
- Users can also access their music library and the Music Hub catalog/store online.
The Samsung Music Hub is initially available on Galaxy S3 that is now on sale in select countries. You can create and account from the Music Hub icon on the phone. Samsung plans to expand the services to more devices in different countries soon.
It is available for free that lets you buy songs and albums and offers 30-second previews of all songs and the paid version at €/£9.99 per month offers unlimited streaming.