In a move to take on companies like Beats and Bose, Samsung is using their name to push a new brand of premium audio products called Samsung Level. Originally announced several months ago, starting tomorrow Samsung’s Level premium audio products will finally be available in the US.
The starting lineup for Level includes four accessories:
When T-Mobile’s Un-carrier 6.0 was announced, we were very pleased. Getting to stream music without impacting your data cap is a fantastic idea, especially since high quality music uses a lot of data. Those with capped data plans on T-Mobile will surely appreciate ... Read More »
By now, everyone is probably aware of Samsung’s push to replace everything Google with an equivalent Samsung service. The company has everything from an app store to two music services available for Galaxy users to use instead of Google’s offerings. However, it now looks like Samsung is moving away from many of these services.
We’ll forgive you if you’ve entirely forgotten about Samsung Milk Music. Milk Music is Samsung’s music streaming service that’s only available for some Galaxy devices, previously for free and ad-free. I have expressed my enjoyment for the service, as it’s legitimately pretty nice, but even I forgot about it entirely. However, there are some changes ... Read More »
With Android having surpassed iOS as the biggest mobile platform, many companies are releasing apps for both Android and iOS. Of course, Apple apps have always been exclusive to iOS, which doesn’t come as a surprise. Apple has tried to keep its ecosystem exclusive, and that’s understandable. But with iTunes profits dropping and services like ... Read More »
Remember Samsung’s new Milk Music streaming app? You should, because it’s definitely a decent service with some interesting ideas (for those who own fairly new Galaxy flagship phones, anyway). Samsung has another trick up its sleeve, though. The company has partnered with All Def Digital (ADD) for a new radio station inside the app.
There are more and more music streaming services becoming available as time goes on. From Spotify to Google Music All Access, with new ones like Beats Music launching recently, there is a service for everyone. But Samsung has taken it upon itself to make another, and the company decided to call it Milk Music. Because ... Read More »
YouTube sure has come a long way in the last several years. Thanks to partnerships with companies like Vevo, YouTube has become the number one destination on the web for watching music videos both new and old. Watching those music videos also comes with watching ads by the dozen, but if you’re willing to pay, ... Read More »
Google has pushed an update to the Google search app for Android that adds some new functionality to Google Now. New cards available in Google Now include information on live TV, third-party music client support and location-aware Google Offers.
Google Now’s live TV support takes the second-screen approach to a new level. If you have ... Read More »
Watch out Pandroa, Spotify, Rdio and all you other music streaming services out there; Google is coming for you. Just announced at Google I/O, Google is officially entering into the music streaming arena with Google Play Music All Access.
Built-in with Google’s existing music locker and store, Google Play Music, All Access is a subscription ... Read More »