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Samsung introduces 'Milk Music' Internet radio service for Galaxy devices

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 08 Mar 2014 16:45 User comments (2)

Samsung introduces 'Milk Music' Internet radio service for Galaxy devices Samsung has introduced a new Internet radio service for its own products, "Milk Music."
Exclusive to Samsung phones and tablets, Milk Music is completely free to download and free of ads.

As of this week, the service only works on the Galaxy S3, the Galaxy S4, the Note 2, the Note 3 and most S4 variants including the Active and the Mini. Of course, it will also work with the newly unveiled Galaxy S5.

Milk Music is powered by Slacker radio, and includes 200 genre stations and has over 13 million songs in total. Samsung's partnership with the company means they did not have to secure new licensing deals with the labels.

Samsung will deliver exclusives and other "first listens," as well, through its "Spotlight" section. The interface of the service has an aesthetically pleasing dial with genres, Spotlight, and a history of the last 500 songs you have listened to.

The app is available through Google Play now if you own one of the aforementioned devices and it is U.S.-only for the time being.

(Pictures via Engadget)

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2 user comments

110.3.2014 13:33

On the web site it says it's ad free and free at all "For a limited time". Really my time invested in beating Pandora into submission is worth the $8 a month to me. That and Pandora works on my PCs, ROKU, Android devices and who knows what all else. I have no interest in a new free for now sort of app I can only use on my Cell...

Just my $0.02,


210.3.2014 15:18

Free Music & Free Ads is my language.
All they missing is the "forever" magic word.

This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 10 Mar 2014 @ 15:19

Live Free or Die.
The rule above all the rules is: Survive !
Capitalism: Funnel most of the $$$ to the already rich.

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