Samsung is all set to make available its Music Hub service for all Android devices including non-Samsung devices.
TJ Kang, senior vice president, Samsung Media Services, told The Next Web that the company has plans to expand its availability beyond the company’s own hardware.
But the bigger news is that Samsung is now planning to expand the services of the Music Hub beyond six countries at present.
Samsung Music Hub is a cloud-based service that combines user’s own library with cloud based streaming, radio and song discovery features. The Music hub combines online radio, streaming services and cloud storage services all in one package.
With the addition of newer devices to the support list, the Samsung Music Hub service is expected to get substantial growth and number of users as well. At present, similar services are being offered by Amazon and Google as well.