Samsung has plans to release its Music Hub app, which brings together cloud storage, music store, and online radio all in one place, for non-Samsung devices soon.
Kang Tae-jin, Senior Vice President of Samsung’s Media Solution Center, was recently interviewed by Reuters. He told them that the South Korean handset maker is hungry to become better known for their software. In order to do that, they’re going to buy up smaller companies instead of building their own stuff in-house.
Samsung’s new Music Hub has just gone live in the US with the promise to let music lovers bring their music collection to the cloud, stream and purchase songs, and listen to personal radio. For the time being, the integrated music service is only available for the Galaxy S3 on AT&T and US Cellular, although the service is expected to cross over to Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon soon. Subscribers of Music Hub will have access to millions of songs from major labels like Sony, EMI, Universal, and Warner, as well as select indie ones. Streaming is free and there are…