New album launches for S3, S4 and Note 2 users, but official app has severe stability issues
In case you missed it, Jay-Z's new album Magna Carta Holy Grail is now available to download for free through an official Samsung-created app. As part of the promotion with Samsung, you'll need a Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note 2 or Galaxy S4 to get started. Then once you've signed in through Twitter or Facebook, you can choose to play through the app or download everything in MP3 format directly to your internal storage.
If you want to get your hands on the album without too much fuss you'll probably want to do the latter, as the app seems to have some serious stability issues. Slow startups and frequent restarts and crashes are among the problems we've experienced, and there are plenty of folks on the Android Central forums having similar issues. If you do manage to get the app up and running properly, though, you'll get access to bonus content including lyrics and behind-the-scenes studio videos.
You can grab the app from the Google Play link above. Let us know how you get on down in the comments.
Source: Android Central forums