Samsung’s Music Hub is available in limited countries on the Galaxy S III and the Galaxy Note II devices. But will soon be coming to a device near you.
But SVP of Samsung Media Services, TJ Kang, revealed to The Next Web that the music service will be expanded in the very future. Not only will the Music Hub service will be introduced in new countries but will also expand to Samsung’s own devices followed by devices from other manufacturers..
This move will bring another music app to compete against the likes of iTunes on the iOS platform as well as with Google and Amazon.
Music Hub takes advantage of technology from mSpot and offers both, free and a monthly subscription based plan that includes a cloud locker that lets you scan and match. Along with this you also have 7digital catalog access, custom radio and recommendations.
Via: The Next Web