Samsung Music Hub for Galaxy S : Samsung Music Hub - the first completely integrated, all-in-one mobile music service - is now available in the US on the Galaxy S. Samsung Music Hub simplifies and enhances the everyday experience of listening to music. The Samsung Mobile Music Hub provides a rich music experience for everyone whether users are avid collectors wanting easy access to their own music collection, someone with ever-changing music tastes, who likes to sample a broad selection of music and genres, or individuals who prefer radio. A free 30 day trial of the service will be extended to new Samsung Music Hub users in the US. New users also will be able to choose a free album that will be instantly available on their Galaxy S.
Samsung Music Hub app
“We’re redefining mobile music by offering a more integrated experience on the handset and lifting the barriers to your music. Samsung Music Hub app encompasses all music including your own collection in the cloud, a robust streaming catalog that is seamlessly integrated with a music store, and a personal radio service that caters to all of your music moods and genres,” said TJ Kang, senior vice president of the media services team for Samsung. “By providing a free album and trial, we hope Samsung Galaxy S Smartphone owners will experience for themselves a new, intuitive and easy way to discover music, with the Samsung Music Hub service.”
Galaxy S Music Hub from Samsung
Based on the technology services of mSpot, a leading mobile content service provider recently acquired by Samsung, the new Music Hub service will initially be available on Samsung Galaxy S smartphones sold through leading US carriers. Galaxy S users can access the app directly on select handsets and via the Samsung App Store or Google Play. More information on accessing Music Hub on select handsets can be found online at the Samsung website. This pairing with the Galaxy S is ideal as the overall Music Hub experience has been optimized and specifically designed for mobile devices. Advanced streaming and downloading options let users save storage space, play music when offline, and cut down on mobile data usage. Audio settings are designed to prolong battery life and ensure smooth streaming even under spotty network coverage.