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Samsung's Milk Music Service Gains a Premium Version

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Jul 31, 2014, 7:54 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @zeman_e

Samsung this week updated its Milk music service, which gives Galaxy device owners the ability to stream music to their handset. The update introduces Milk Premium for $4 per month. The premium service adds unlimited song skips, device-side caching for offline playback, turning on/off DJ commentary, and app pausing with the Sleep Timer. The update also adds bug fixes and makes stability improvements. Samsung Milk, which is based on Slacker, is only available in the U.S. The standard version is still free to use.

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Jul 31, 2014, 8:53 AM

How many tracks?

Spotify and Rdio have about 20 million, how many does Milk (Slacker) have access to? If it's only $4 per month but only allows access to 5 million songs, then I'd still rather pay $10/mo to have Spotify or Rdio.
It doesn't really matter. $3.99 a month removes ads. No custom playlist. Its the minumum of service. All the services that charge $9.99 allow you to do more.
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