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“Google Play Music will be the default music player and music service on new Samsung phones and tablets globally”, the web giant announced last week.
Samsung makes Google Play Music default mobile music player By Andy Malt | Published on Monday 24 April 2017 Samsung has probably launched, bought, bought in and dropped more digital music services than any other brand.
“We’re also collaborating with Samsung to create special features in Google Play Music just for Samsung customers”.
Anyway, Google is “THRILLED to bring this special version of Google Play Music to Samsung customers anywhere”.
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So last week, Samsung announced they would be using Google Play Music as the default music player and the default music service on both the Galaxy S8 as well as the Galaxy S8+.
Samsung shut down their music service late last year (Samsung Milk Music), which is likely why they chose to go with Google Play Music this year.
Samsung Chooses Google Play Music as the Default Music Player for its 2017 DevicesSamsung has a long history of duplicating applications and services which are already offered by either AOSP or a proprietary service from Google.
Lastly, those who purchase the Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+ or the Galaxy Tab S3 can activate a 3-month free trial of Google Play Music (which also includes access to YouTube Red).
Not only are the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ getting this treatment, but Samsung says it will happen on all Android-based Samsung phones and tablets launched in 2017.
Samsung makes Google Play Music its default music application
as informed in Samsung has partnered with Google to make Google Play Music app its default music app in all of its smartphones.
The recently-launched Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ will also be consisting Google Play Music to be their default music app.
Samsung users will now upload and stream up to 1,00,000 songs via Google Play Music app, for free.
Separately, Samsung smartphones and tablets will also be coming with a 3-month free trial period of Google Play Music subscription along with access to YouTube Red, when it launches.
Previously, Samsung users didn’t have so many options.