Samsung Music Hub Cloud Service to Start Playing in Europe

May 30, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Proud owners of the brand new device from Samsung – the Galaxy S III – can have the additional flavor of music from the cloud in their life as the company is launching their new Music Hub service in Europe.

Now Galaxy S III owners can enjoy millions of songs and their own tracks stored in the cloud.

The service which depends on mSpot, a mobile content service provider recently acquired by Samsung, will be initially launched in Germany, France, Spain, Italy and the UK.

The service which is available in free as well as premium versions is now an exclusive privilege of Galaxy S III owners as Samsung thinks of adding more devices only later.

The free version f the service allows users to buy from some 19 million tracks available at the Music Hub Store after listening to a 30-second previews of the songs. The purchased music can be either kept in the cloud or saved locally for offline listening.

However, the premium version of the service comes at a £9.99 monthly charge and offers unlimited streaming and allows users to upload entire music collection onto the cloud.

The Scan & Match Cloud Locker feature cuts down the upload time and offers high-quality playback.

The feature keeps your collection updated when you make new purchases. The radio service with the Music Hub allows you to discover your favorite artists, tag favorite tracks and relax for a while by browsing genre stations.

The service needs a user to register on a Galaxy S III phone using a Samsung account, in the beginning to access the service.

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