Free music service from Samsung

A free music streaming service, called Milk Music, launched by Samsung. This service is currently only available in series phones and tablets of the Galaxy company in the U.S. and includes more than 200 radio stations and 13 million songs. The Milk Music is the effort of the company to enter into an arena in which currently dominate big names like Spotify, Pandora and the iTunes Radio. However, Darren Tsui, vice president of music Samsung Media Solutions, sees scope: I feel that, although the sector is competitive, there is room for improvement.

Samsung Milk Music

Samsung Milk Music

Samsung Milk Music

Samsung Milk Music

As announced, the service can be downloaded free via Google Play for a limited time and will not include ads. Note that in the corresponding project had made in the past, the Music Hub, the function of which however ended. The Milk Music gives the user the ability to search for stations on the touch screen by moving the finger like an old radio needle. Also can highlight songs that he liked, put them into playlists and choose stations based on artists who played. Also, no signup or login via a social network account.

By Nicole P.

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