Samsung Music App Now Supports One UI 5

Samsung Music is a powerful media player that supports MP3, WMA, AAC, FLAC and other music formats, also ranks music by albums, artists, composers, folders, genre and title and since 2018 also provides a dedicated Spotify tab where you can see the best albums and artists.

Ahead of the release of the One UI 5.0 update based on Android 13, Samsung updated the Samsung Music app by adding new features, bug fixes, and compatibility with the latest Android version.

The One UI 5 Beta Program, which runs on Android 13 and already running a number of its high-end flagships, including the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S21, and Galaxy S20. Information indicates that the Samsung Music app will support the One UI 5 on Android 13 platform.

What’s New In The Music App

In addition to bug fixes, the change log of the Samsung Music app version 16.2.28 mentions support for Android 13 and One UI 5.0 and enhance widget layout. The package size of Samsung Music is approximately 20MB.

What’s New
- Enhance widget layout
- Support TOS / One UI5
- bug fix

In the past Samsung used to preinstall the app on its smartphones and tablets, but now you need to install it through the Samsung Galaxy Store or Google Play Store. Below you will find the badge to update the Samsung Music app through the Google store.

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