Samsung tied up with Google Play Music with the launch of new Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 plus, where it is the default music player for the Samsung devices.
Google Play Music teamed up with the largest Android Smartphone Maker, Samsung which makes it even easier and faster for the Samsung users to get the right music at the right time.
The Smartphone maker Samsung has launched the new Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 plus, Google Play Music will be the default Music Player in the new devices of Samsung mobiles and tablets. In the earlier the Play Music was also the Default application for the Galaxy S7 users; as a result of it Samsung is trying to cut down the duplicate app which has clashed with the Google’s Service on Android.
Moreover, Google has added the new subscription service to the Google Play Music where it allows the users to upload around 50,000 of songs to their Play Music where it initially provides a 30- day free trail after that the users need to pay the Subscription price of Rs 99 per month. But, the users who have the new Samsung Smartphone can upload and stream up to 1, 00,000 songs for free. It provides twice as much storage capacity to the users of Samsung.
The new Smartphones and Tablets of Samsung provide a free three-month trial to the Google Play Music. By subscribing to the service the users will get an ad-free and can access to more than 40 million songs and thousands of playlists will be created based on the user mood and occasion. It will also provide access to the YouTube Red so that the users can enjoy their favorite videos without any ads.
Google Play Music will also work with the Samsung Bixby, where it plays the Favorite music or song when asked by the user to play it. Bixby is a way to interact with your phone and helps the users in completing the tasks, tells what the user is looking for, learns the user routine and notifies it when they are needed.