Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Samsung Galaxy S3 and other Galaxy products in US now with Music Hub support

Samsung launches its music service in the United States in an effort to build its own ecosystem within the Android platform. Can it lure more Galaxy S3 customers? Samsung Mobile, maker of popular Android devices like the Samsung Galaxy S3 and the Samsung Galaxy Note, is launching its Music services in the United States as part of its strategy to lure more customers whilst building its own vibrant ecosystem within the boundaries of the Android platform. Reports confirm that Samsung’s Music Hub mobile application is now accessible in the United States. The Music Hub app was first launched in Europe. For starters, Samsung’s Music Hub is cloud music storage which lets users save their music files to cloud and access. But apart from offering a Google Music-like online music storage, the Samsung app also offers unlimited song access similar to Spotify, MOG and Rdio, and it also offers radio access and music store where users can purchase songs. Samsung’s Galaxy S3, Samsung Galaxy Note and a slew of other variants can get access to the app. The Samsung Galaxy S3 is by far the most popular Android smartphone in the United States thanks to carrier support and its top-end specifications. The Samsung Galaxy S3 is available in the United States for $199.99 on contract with 2-year service agreement with wireless carriers. Meanwhile, the Samsung Galaxy Note is available via AT&T and T-Mobile USA on August 8th. Google, the search giant behind the Android platform, is also offering similar services like the Google Play Store with access to a large music collection. Users can purchase songs with the Play Store and save it to the phone’s storage or within Google’s cloud-based Music app, the Google Play Music. Music streaming services like Spotify, etc are also offering their own Android applications. 。 wholesale accessories,ipad accessories,ipod accessories,iphone accessories

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