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Meet Milk Music, Samsung’s new music streaming service

We all know Spotify, Pandora, iTunes Radio and Beats Music but now Samsung is launching its very own music streaming service called “Milk Music“. Currently only available in the US, Milk Music allows you to listen to millions of songs from over 200 genre based stations, you can skip up to 6 songs an hour on every station.

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Currently, the streaming service is completely restricted to Samsung’s Galaxy brand of smartphones including the Galaxy S4, Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy Note 2, Galaxy Mega and Galaxy S4 mini and the new Galaxy S5. Why is it called Milk Music? you might be wondering, well Samsung claims Milk Music is a “fresh take on music” and Milk is fresh.

All though there are already many different music streaming services, Milk Music will be ad-free and doesn’t require you to sign up, as soon as you launch the free app available on the Google Play Store you can straight away start enjoying music from the many different stations available,  the app scans through the different stations just like on a regular radio tuner and adapts the choice of songs it will show depending on it. Here is the announcement video: