Samsung Jumps Aboard The Online Music Streaming Service

Samsung is joining the ranks of Beats Audio and Spotify by launching its own online music streaming service. The Korean tech giant announced last week its Milk Music app. The app is now available in the Google Play Store but is only compatible with select Galaxy handsets including the Galaxy S3, Galaxy S4, Note 2, Note 3 and other Galaxy S4 variants like the Active and Mini…



Samsung is joining the ranks of Beats Audio and Spotify by launching its own online music streaming service. The Korean tech giant announced last week its Milk Music app.

The app is now available in the Google Play Store but is only compatible with select Galaxy handsets including the Galaxy S3, Galaxy S4, Note 2, Note 3 and other Galaxy S4 variants like the Active and Mini. The app will feature up to 200 genre stations that equates to over 13 million songs curated by Slacker.

It also features a simple use interface that features a large round dial pre-populated by nine different genre stations from pop, hip-hop, rock and electronics. There’s also a spotlight station where upcoming artists and trending music are showcased. Then there’s also a My Station section, which as the name implies lets users to listen to music from the genre they like.

At the moment, Milk Music runs ad-free but Samsung said this state is just temporary and ads will be served in the future once the app goes main stream. There’s also no word on when Samsung will bring the app to other models and countries.

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