Samsung has added to the lure of its Galaxy branded handsets with a new, exclusive Official Top 40 Chart App that offers unlimited track plays
Samsung has released an Official Top 40 Chart App for its range of Galaxy smartphones, with the music streaming service landing in conjunction with mobile music company MusicQubed.
Exclusive to Samsung, the app will be launched on the Galaxy Ace II and will deliver unlimited plays of chart tracks in the Official Top 40 Singles Chart.
Whether you fancy the dulcet tones of Katy Perry, or you’re still addicted to that Gotye song, the app downloads and caches tracks overnight, meaning you can listening to any track free from any streaming, interruptions and pesky adverts.
With added daily celebrity news updates and a bonus “What’s Hot” track, Samsung’s newest content is a music fan’s must-have. The chart also updates daily, meaning you’ll be up-to-date on any chart news and have a constantly changing playlist.
The app links straight to Facebook and Twitter so you can post your comments on the tracks and let your friends know what you’ve had pulsing through your headphones all day.
Chris Gorman, CEO, MusicQubed said: “Samsung and MusicQubed, with the support of the Official Charts Company and the UK music industry, have created a truly compelling and unique mobile music proposition that simply offers customers immediate access to the most current, desirable hit music and premium content on their Samsung Galaxy phones.”
The Official Top 40 Chart App will be available free for a two month trial period, after which an Access All Areas pass will cost from just £1 per week.
Simon Stanford, Vice Present of Telecoms and Networks at Samsung UK and Ireland said: “Access to all the latest chart hits instantly and exclusively free on Samsung devices, the Official Top 40 Chart App is a great content offering and is the latest example of Samsung’s drive to provide innovative technology to suit our customers’ lifestyles.”
Available to download from the Google Play store, the Official Top 40 Chart App will able be embedded onto the home screen of the latest Samsung Galaxy handsets.
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Words: Samantha Loveridge