All eyes were on Samsung yesterday for the official launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note9 smartphone and a couple other accessories including the Galaxy Watch and the new Galaxy Home smart speaker. Along with the new hardware announcements, there was also a key change in software that Samsung customers will be able to use. Previously, Samsung had partnered with Milk to try to offering a music streaming service that could compete with the Apple Music and Pandoras of the world. That ended earlier this year leaving Samsung on the hunt for an option to make available to customers. That solution was revealed yesterday when it was announced Samsung is partnering with Spotify in a long-term deal to make Spotify the “new go-to music service provider” for Samsung.