Samsung Music Hub, the audio streaming service owned by Samsung, is set to completely shut down by 1 July.
Samsung users were alerted by email that the service “will no longer be available” with further updated information soon to be distributed.
The Korean company also announced that until 1 July users will still be able to download purchased music content through the service and will be free to spend outstanding Samsung Music vouchers.
As a pre-installed service on Samsung’s Android smartphones, Samsung Music and the Samsung Music Hub are under-used and considered to be bloatware, whereas other more widely-used downloadable apps are cheaper and accessible via the Google Play Store.
There has been no news yet of any further shutdowns of Samsung’s pre-installed mobile apps, such as Video, Books, Games, Learning or Apps Mobile.