US Launch for Samsung Mobile Music Hub
Samsung Mobile has launched its integrated mobile music service, Samsung Music Hub, in the US. The service will be available on the Galaxy S3, Samsung’s content sharing smartphone that was released in June of this year. The service will be powered by technology from mSpot, its recently acquired mobile content service provider. Users with a Galaxy S III smartphone will have access to millions of songs that can be streamed or purchased. Purchased albums can then be stored in the cloud and accessed by multiple registered devices. Users can also create personalized or custom radio stations and receive recommendations based on individual music preference.
“We’re redefining mobile music by offering a more integrated experience on the handset and lifting the barriers to your music. Our service 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,” says TJ Kang, Samsung’s senior VP of media services. “By providing a free album and trial, we hope Galaxy S3 owners will experience for themselves a new, intuitive and easy way to discover music.”