Last updated: September 29th, 2022 at 23:31 UTC+02:00
Any Galaxy user who’s had the chance to try out the Android 13 and One UI 5.0 beta and uses the Samsung Music app for their music needs will know that the app already works on the new version of Android and One UI. Even then, Samsung Music is now getting an update that adds official support for Android 13 and One UI 5.
As usual, a Samsung app getting support for a new version of Android usually indicates a public stable version of the latter could be out soon, although there’s no guarantee of that happening. We recently exclusively reported that Samsung will update a number of devices to Android 13 and One UI 5.0 before 2023, but there are still three months left before we say goodbye to 2022 so you might want to keep your excitement in check.
Not much to see here except official Android 13, One UI 5.0 support
In addition to official One UI 5.0 support, Samsung says the new version of the app also brings some bug fixes. It also says the widget layout has been enhanced, but that particular change has been mentioned in many of the app’s recent updates and, as expected, the latest update doesn’t affect the existing widgets, either.
To download the latest version of Samsung Music, hit this link on your Galaxy smartphone to go to the Samsung Music Galaxy Store page and hit the Update button. If that link doesn’t work, just open the Samsung Music app, tap the three dots in the top corner, open Settings, tap About Samsung Music, and hit the Update button there.
For some devices and regions, the update may not be immediately available. In that case, simply wait a few hours or a day or two before checking again.