Samsung has launched a mobile music service for its Galaxy S III device, which goes on sale tomorrow.
Music Hub is a free service with a 19 million song catalogue, which enables customers to buy songs and albums. Any music is stored in the cloud and automatically appears on Samsung devices. Music can also be stored locally for offline listening.
A premium service allows customers to enjoy unlimited streaming of songs from the Music Hub catalogue, as well as upload and access their entire music collection anywhere for £9.99 per month.
TJ Kang, senior VP of Samsung Electronics' media solution centre, said: 'When you ask yourself, "what do I want to listen to?" there is now one simple answer, for every mood, every place and everyone. With the new Music Hub, we’re bringing the joy back to music – listening, collecting and sharing.'
The service's technology is based on that of mSpot, the mobile content service provider recently acquired by Samsung. The manufacturer said Music Hub will soon be offered on a range of different devices.
Editor: Graeme Neill