07-31-2012, 03:49 PM #1
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Samsung Launches Music Hub Service on Select Galaxy S III Devices Discussion
Samsung's streaming music service, Music Hub, has now launched in the US and is available to Galaxy S III owners that are on the AT&T or U.S. Cellular networks.
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07-31-2012, 09:06 PM #2
Re: Samsung Launches Music Hub Service on Select Galaxy S III Devices Discussion
Samsung has the right idea with a subscription-based music service (don't ask me why iTunes hasn't jumped on the subscription train along with Zune and Spotify), but they seem to be missing one key component for cell phones: subscription-based free downloads for offline play. Streaming music to a phone eats through your data plan if you leave wifi range. Zune on WP7 phones (and Xbox Music on WP8 phones) allows subscribed users to download all the albums they want when they have a wifi connection, so that you don't need to stream the music and eat up your data plan when you're walking your dog, driving in your car, out running, etc. It looks like you need to buy songs song-by-song to be able to download and play them offline with Samsung's service.Samsung Galaxy S III (U.S. Cellular, unrooted, Launcher8). My review.
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