The new Samsung Galaxy S5 will carry premium app subscriptions and services of worth $500. Truly a gift by Samsung users will get long-term subscriptions to things like fitness, efficiency, entertainment and many lifestyle apps and even app subscriptions to The Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg Businessweek. Folks will also get premium app upgrades on the new Samsung Galaxy S5.
In a nutshell the app subscriptions and services along with Samsung’s latest flagship device sums up to a total of $576. The most expensive include a six-month subscription to the Wall Street Journal ($ 160), a three-month premium LinkedIn service ($75) and 50 GB of storage on Box for about six months ($ 60).
Besides users Samsung Galaxy S5 users can enjoy a wide spectrum of fitness and lifestyle apps which includes one year premium service of Lark (which actually takes advantage of Samsung Galaxy S5 heart rate monitoring capabilities), one year elite membership of Run Keeper and six-month premium service of Map My Run and Skimble.
Samsung Galaxy S5 users will also benefit from three months subscription of Evernote premium, three months cloud storage from Bitcasa and even freebies from PayPal of worth $50 while shopping from enrolled retailers.
This is not for the first time that Samsung has patched up with free app subscriptions and services in a new phone. Samsung also offered same deals on the previous smartphones- Galaxy Note 3 handset and Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet.
However Samsung has still not declared that if there be any need for billing information when free trails subscriptions expires and whether they will be auto renewed when the trial version is over. Perhaps this varies from app to app.
Users are requested to logon to the official website of Samsung to see the complete list of app subscriptions and service on phone Samsung Galaxy S5.