Samsung Music: A Powerful and Easy-to-Use Music Player for Samsung Devices
Samsung Music is a music player app that is optimized for Samsung Android mobile devices. It supports playback of various sound formats such as MP3, AAC, FLAC, and syncs with your Spotify account to provide you a music experience that is both powerful and easy to use.
Some of the key features of Samsung Music are:
It helps you to effectively manage song lists by categories such as Track, Album, Artist, Genre, Folder, Composer.
It supports a new user experience that easily interacts with Samsung smart devices like Tablet, TV (DLNA, Screen mirroring), Wearable.
It provides a clean and intuitive user interface that allows you to control the player with voice commands or gestures.
It shows recommendations of playlists from Spotify based on your preferences and listening history.
Samsung Music is compatible with devices running Android 11 or higher, and requires storage and microphone permissions for basic features. You can download Samsung Music from Google Play Store or Galaxy Store for free.
How to Use Samsung Music on Your Phone
If you have downloaded Samsung Music on your Samsung device, you may wonder how to use it to enjoy your music. Here are some tips and tricks to help you get started.
Adding and Removing Music
To download music to your device, search for the name of an artist, album or song that you would like to listen to online (there are a variety of different music providers). Once you have downloaded the file to your device, it will automatically appear in Samsung Music .
To remove music from your device, go to the Library tab and tap on the category that contains the music you want to delete. Then, tap and hold on the song, album or playlist that you want to remove and select Delete from the menu that appears.
Using the Music Player
To play music, go to the Library tab and tap on the category that contains the music you want to listen to. Then, tap on the song, album or playlist that you want to play. You can also use the Search icon at the top right corner of the screen to find music by keywords.
To control the playback, use the buttons at the bottom of the screen. You can pause, resume, skip, rewind, shuffle and repeat songs. You can also swipe left or right on the album art to change tracks. To access more options, tap on the three dots icon at the top right corner of the screen. You can add songs to a playlist, share them with others, set them as ringtone or alarm sound, and more.
Making a Playlist
To create a playlist, go to the Library tab and tap on Playlists. Then, tap on Create playlist at the bottom of the screen. Give your playlist a name and tap OK. To add songs to your playlist, tap on Add songs and select the songs you want from your library. You can also add songs to a playlist from the Now Playing screen by tapping on the three dots icon and selecting Add to playlist.
Adding Music to Your Favourites
To add music to your favourites, go to the Library tab and tap on the category that contains the music you want to favourite. Then, tap and hold on the song, album or playlist that you want to favourite and select Add to favourites from the menu that appears. You can also add music to your favourites from the Now Playing screen by tapping on the heart icon.
Changing the Sound Quality
To change the sound quality of your music, go to Settings > Sound quality and effects. You can adjust the equalizer settings, enable Dolby Atmos for immersive sound, enable Adapt sound for personalized sound based on your hearing preferences, and more.
Can I Add a Crossfade, Sleep Timer or Set My Music as an Alarm Sound?
Yes, you can do all of these things with Samsung Music. To add a crossfade effect between songs, go to Settings > Crossfade and select how long you want the crossfade duration to be. To set a sleep timer for your music, go to Settings > Sleep timer and select how long you want your music to play before it stops. To set your music as an alarm sound, go to Settings > Set as alarm sound and select which song you want as your alarm sound.