The Samsung Music Hub is an application that allows Samsung Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2 users to stream music online. Users simply log into the site, and select songs to listen to. It is also a music subscription service, but new users can opt to register for a 1-month free trial, should they choose to avail. But if a new report is true, then Samsung could launch the service to non-Samsung devices very soon. According to The Next Web, Samsung is planning to expand its Music Hub service to other manufacturers.
TJ Kang, the Senior Vice President for Samsung Media Services, told TNW that the plan was to initially introduce Music Hub to its own line of devices, which included smartphones, tablets, Smart TVs, and even refrigerators. However, because customers own different devices made by other manufacturers, it would make sense to allow Music Hub to support non-Samsung devices, the executive added. As to when, Kang said that the rollout will depend on the territory-specific deals with music labels.
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