on The 21st of April, went on sale the new flagship of Samsung for this 2017: Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus. You can read the features and full specifications of both phones here. Well, we have more news about Samsung: the south Korean company has reached an agreement with Google for that Google Play Music is the music player default in its line of Galaxy phones; and, of course, starting with the S8 and S8 Plus.
In this way, the music player Samsung is relegated to a second plane in the Galaxy; of course, it will come included, but the player by default will now be Google Play Music.
The agreement between Samsung and Google Play Music
The agreement they have reached both technological companies, and will affect all the Galaxy phones that Samsung lance from now on. Google Play Music will be the music player by default of the devices, while the music player of Samsung will remain as a simple alternative.
in Addition, Google will offer a series of advantages to all those users who use Google Play Music from your Galaxy. For the moment we know only one that has had a great reception; users of a Samsung Galaxy may hang up to 100,000 songs in the platform after listening to them live or download them, either through another device or from the Internet. Currently, the Google Play Music offering the ability to upload up to 50,000 songs on the free version of the application.
One last point that’s sure that users of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus will be interested in: Google Play Music will be compatible with Bixby, so you will be able to use his assistant to search for songs within the music platform of the american company.
What do you think of this agreement between Samsung and Google?