Samsung Music Hub is currently available in six countries and on a few devices to include the Galaxy S III and the Galaxy Note II. Based on a recent report though, it looks like Samsung is planning to not only expand into additional markets, but also onto additional devices. Defining the additional devices a bit further, Samsung is looking to make the Music Hub available for non-Samsung devices.
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Music Hub more than a few times already, but today is the official day. Samsung has now launched their Music Hub “3-in-1 mobile music solution” for the U.S. and it's available for most Galaxy S III phones. It was announced back in May, and has been available in the UK for a while but today we all can enjoy it.
Spotify, and even Google Play Music here in the US. This week they've let a few lucky users enjoy an early beta preview of their new Music Hub. We first mentioned this back in May, but now we've received our own hands-on time with the music app for Android.
Galaxy S III, and only in Germany, Spain, France, Italy and the UK. Try to contain your excitement, folks. Samsung will expand the Music Hub service to more devices and more countries soon.