Samsung along with Galaxy S III announcement, unveiled a scan-and-match feature for its existing Music Hub subscription service. The feature works like iTunes March and will scans your hard drive for songs present in its cloud library. The service costs $9.99/month for access from one smartphone or tablet, and $12.99/month for access from up to four devices, plus via the web. It appears that the new scan-and-match feature will come at no additional cost, unlike iTunes Match, which costs $24.99/year.
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