Samsung on Tuesday introduced a mobile music service, known as Music Hub service, that will initially operate on its Galaxy S III smartphone that is being sold by all the major U.S. carriers.
Samsung in last quarter sold twice as many smartphones globally as competitor Apple, according to IDC and keeps to add new tablets to its product lists. .
Samsung now entending to take on Spotify and other famous music services.
The Music Hub service is depend on technology Samsung obtained in its latest acquisition of mSpot.
Users can have approach the Music Hub service with the help of Samsung App Store or Google Play.
Samsung revealed the service is now available for Samsung’s Galaxy S III smartphones sold by AT&T and US Cellular. The company didn’t tell when Music Hub will be in access in S III phones sold by Verizon Wireless, Sprint and T-Mobile USA.
Samsung provided instructions for accessing Music Hub servoce on a perticularl Web site.
The music Music Hub service consists music memory capacity, a streaming music catalog to sample music to buy and a personal radio service likelyl to Pandora and others.
The company is providing a free 30days trial for just about $9.99 a month service.
A free version of Music Hub service will offer samples of songs available to buy and to memorize the music in the cloud.