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Galaxy S8, S8+, and Tab S3 users will get free three-month subscription to Google Play Music

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Last updated: April 21st, 2017 at 17:07 UTC+02:00

Samsung has just announced that it has partnered with Google to offer a free three-month subscription of Google Play Music to owners of the Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, and the Galaxy Tab S3. In addition to streaming music and podcasts, users can also upload and stream up to 100,000 songs (twice of what’s available for general users) from their offline music collection to their Google Play Music accounts. It will also be the default music player on all the Android devices launched by Samsung in 2017.

Users can listen to music, free curated radio, and smart music recommendations based on their preferences, mood, or occasion. Besides, Galaxy S8, S8+, and Tab S3 owners can also watch ad-free music videos on YouTube Red (where available) during the trial period. This is Samsung’s effort to cut down on duplicate apps that coincide with Google’s offerings. Of course, you can download and install Samsung’s music player from the Play Store or the Galaxy Apps store. The company killed its Milk music streaming service last year.

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