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Galaxy S8 and S8+ Customers to Get Free Subscription to Google Play Music

Softpedia Friday, 21 April 2017
Galaxy S8 and S8+ Customers to Get Free Subscription to Google Play MusicToday, Samsung has opened general availability of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ flagships in a number of countries, while the two devices are now available for purchase at multiple. However, unlocked versions will be up for purchase at a later date. Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+ and Galaxy Tab S3 users will be offered a free three-month subscription to Google Play Music. This means that Samsung will no longer include its Music app on phones and will use Google’s Play Music as the default player. The platform offers access to various songs and the option to store up to 50,000 music files under the user’s account. However, Galaxy S8, S8+ and Tab S3 users will be offered the option to store and upload up to 100,000 songs from their offline music collection to their Play Music account. Ad-free video streaming on YouTube Red
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