Samsung’s Music Hub is currently available in few countries on the Galaxy S III and the Galaxy Note II devices. But TJ Kang, SVP, Samsung Media Services revealed to The Next Web that the music service will get an expansion in the future. Not only the Music Hub service will be introduced in new countries but will also expand to Samsung’s own devices followed by non-Samsung devices.
This move will make Music Hub compete with iTunes on the iOS platform as well as with Google and Amazon.
Music Hub takes advantage of technology from mSpot and offers free as well as monthly subscription based plan that includes a scan and match cloud locker, 7digital catalog access, custom radio and recommendations.