Samsung Music is now getting dark mode in the latest update. The music player app from Samsung is also made some changes in its home country. Currently, in South Korea, Samsung has integrated its music app with Melon, the largest music streaming service in South Korea. Last year, Samsung had ended Milk Music services and integrated Spotify in Samsung Music to provide online music streaming. The Spotify will provide the services in the available countries, except South Korea. The home country will now get all streaming services from Melon.
All premium services from Samsung Music will be ended, and now on users have to take Melon Pass to unlock premium content. Apart from that, with the new update, users can get Android 10 support. The Galaxy Note 10 & Galaxy S10 devices are still running on Android 10 beta versions though the app works without any issues. You can now play the music in your car by using the Android Auto app. Android Auto is a mobile app by Google to mirror features from Android smartphones/tablets to a car’s entertainment system.
The latest update allows you to play your favorite music in the car and control it. To change the theme of the app, the company has brought a gradient effect to the dark mode. The latest Samsung Music app version is now rolling out in all major countries. South Korean users will notice Melon music added to the app.
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