Magna Carta Holy Grail app back in late-June with the promise that users would be able to download the complete Jay-Z album a few days ahead of the general release. Samsung had the app available for those Galaxy S III, Galaxy S 4 and the Galaxy Note II. The free album offer would be available for the first million people that installed the app.
Samsung and popular Rap artist and entrepreneur Jay-Z teamed up to release the musicians brand new Album in a completely new way. As they aim to rewrite the rules in this digital era, they chose to give all Samsung smartphones owners the first chance at the new album. In case you missed it, July 4th it officially became available. And if you own a select Samsung smartphone you can get the entire thing for free, right this moment.
Spotify over options like Google Music All Access or Rdio. Would you look at that, Spotify has answered our requests. Back in May they finally added landscape mode (only a year late) and today they've pushed another with even more of those top requested features.
Samsung have been going big lately with their ad campaigns, commercials, and superstar partnerships. Today we can confirm that one more biggie has just signed on, although we don't know the details. Samsung and hip-hop artist and entrepreneur Jay-Z have just teamed up for something big, and we'll find out all the details Sunday.
their music offering as of late, and now we're hearing it could be getting whole lot better in the coming weeks or months. Earlier today the folks from Mountain View pushed out an update to Google Music that brought some major changes, speed improvements, and tweaks for All Access users, but behind the scenes is telling a different story for the future of Google Music.
Google Play Music app update has come available in the Play Store and it looks like it has brought a few worthwhile changes and improvements. This latest round of changes touches on music download speeds, search and data usage. Given many are fighting low data caps the data usage seems key for those who may find themselves regularly downloading and streaming.
Samsung is looking to ink a deal with superstar and entrepreneur Jay-Z for what we're hearing will be roughly $20 million. What for you ask? The details haven't been revealed yet so that is anyone's guess. According to the New York Post this deal is basically done and close to being finalized.
Google Music recently received a pretty big update with an entirely new user interface to go along with their new "All Access" music streaming service, but sadly the app needs some work. Today Google's busy updating multiple apps, and Play Music just got some much needed new features. Mainly the ability to delete a track, which surprisingly wasn't available before.