Along with the launch of the new Galaxy S III smartphone Samsung has also announced its new music service for the UK, Germany and France, the Samsung Music Hub.
The Samsung Music Hub offers song streaming from a catalog of 19million songs, plus a cloud based service similar to Apple’s iTunes Match that comes with 100GB of storage.
There are both free and paid versions, the free version will let you listen to music you have matched or purchased, the premium version which costs £9.99 will give you access to the music streaming.
Samsung has also said that their new Music Hub will be available on all of their new Galaxy Smartphones and tablets going forward, there are no details on whether it will be available on existing devices.
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