Google and Samsung on Friday introduced a partnership that’ll make Google Play Music the default music player and music service on new Samsung handsets and tablets globally. It begins at this time with the launch of the Galaxy S8 and S8+.
Elias Roman, Lead Product Supervisor at Google Play Music, stated in asserting the partnership that these with a new Samsung gadget can now add and stream as much as 100,000 of their songs to the service completely free. That’s twice as a lot storage capability completely for Samsung clients, we’re instructed, which ought to make it even simpler for customers emigrate their private music assortment to Google Play Music.
It doesn’t finish there, nevertheless, as new Samsung mobile devices can even include a free three-month trial of the streaming service that provides ad-free, on-demand entry to greater than 40 million tracks and hundreds of playlists curated for a wide range of moods and events. A subscription additionally grants entry to YouTube Purple, the ad-free model of Google’s standard video sharing service that launched in late 2015.
Final however not least, Google Play Music will combine seamlessly with Bixby when English language voice help arrives later this spring.
Samsung launched its personal streaming music service, known as Milk Music, in early 2014 however shut it down again in September (in all probability as a result of that title was so horrible, no?).
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