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Samsung Intros Milk Music Service for Galaxy Devices

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Mar 7, 2014, 12:26 PM   by Eric M. Zeman

Samsung today launched a free music streaming service explicitly for owners of its Galaxy-branded smartphones and tablets. The service, called Milk, is powered by Slacker and includes more than 200 curated radio stations, as well as the ability for people to create, listen to, and save their own stations. The service doesn't cost anything, and doesn't include ads. Milk is only available to Samsung phones and tablets, and can be downloaded directly from the Google Play Store.


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Mar 7, 2014, 12:49 PM


Seriously, please stop with the 4 lettered word apps, or taking 5 lettered words and dropping the second to last letter. It is getting annoying.
I mean, 4 or 5 letter words should be fine, but it matters what word you chose. Milk is a pretty stupid name for a music app, unless it was M.I.L.K where each letter stood for something, I can understand that, but naming a music / radio station strea...
Samsung releases a free app to their customers and you guys complain about the app name???!!! 🤨
Doom Wolf

Mar 8, 2014, 2:34 PM

Tried downloading it... fail

It says my device is not supported, well, I have an S4, one of those "all Samsung devices" listed to be compatible. 🤨
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