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Samsung Tweaks Music Hub, Offers 50GB of DropBox

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May 3, 2012, 4:01 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @zeman_e

Samsung today announced during the launch of the Galaxy S III that it has refreshed its Music Hub for the new phone. The Music Hub will provide a streaming service to a single phone/tablet for $9.99 per month or to four devices for $12.99 per month. Users will have access to about 17 million tracks. The revised Music Hub will also offer a scan-and-match feature that's similar to Apple's iTunes Match service. The service will scan users' media libraries and match them with tracks that are available in the Music Hub. The tracks can then be streamed to other Android devices. The scan-and-match service is being offered by Samsung for Free, whereas Apple charges $25 per year for iTunes Match. Samsung also announced during the Galaxy S III event that owners of its new smartphone will have access to 50GB of storage in DropBox, and exclusive access to an unreleased version of the Flipboard application for Android.

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May 4, 2012, 12:37 PM

Flipboard on Android?

Seems like I remember someone recently ranting about how superior IOS was because applications like Flipboard were only available for elitist Apple snobs. But as it turns out developers aren't as illogical and snobbishly self-deprecating as some of their customers would like them to be.
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