Two tech giants Samsung and Google announced their new partnership which concerns the music streaming service Google Play Music. From now on, this service will be a standard music player on all Samsung smartphones and tablets around the world. The first ones were obviously Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus. All new devices will come with a free 3-month subscription which gives users a full access to more than 30 million music tracks. The subscription includes an access to the video service YouTube Red.
The main perk for the owners of Samsung devices will be the possibility to upload to Google Play Music up to 100 000 tracks from your own personal collection. That is twice more compared to other users. Google also says that the music service will be integrated with the Samsung’s voice assistant Bixby. Users will be able to ask him to turn on a particular song or the whole playlist.
In fact, there is already a special version of Google Play Music but it isn’t available in Google Play. Still, if you have a Samsung smartphone, you can find this version on the Internet.