As per one of the leading unlocked cell phone blog site. This week, Cricket gave the world a sneak peak at their new Muve Music application on the new Samsung Suede device. Although the Suede was hardly the talk of the Consumer Electronics Show, it did look pretty smooth as it navigated from one menu to another throughout the hands on. It seemed to power the software quite easily and no lag time was noticeable at all during the hands on event.
The Muve service allows users to have unlimited everything, pretty much. These unlimited services include unlimited calling, unlimited nation wide text, picture and video messaging, and just about any other service that is standard in an unlimited data package.
Their new Muve Music service also boasts a huge catalogue of more than one and a half million songs. That number is expected to jump an additional million over the course of the next few months as the company gets more deals into place with publishers. The hands on demo looked very promising for both the Suede and the Muve app. It will certainly draw in some potential customers who would not mind having a cheaper, slick phone. It seemed to be able to handle all of the basic functions and looked very good moving from one menu to another. The Muve also looked good, and at $55 for the complete service, you really can not beat the deal. The Muve is obviously one of the very best apps in its space, but some have argued that the price tag for all of the features is a bit high.
It is good to see that with the success of their other devices that Unlocked Samsung phone has not taken their focus away from also delivering lower quality phones that are easy to use and provide a good set of features for users that do not want to spend the money on a top quality phone from the company.