New ad-free streaming music app launched by Samsung for specific Galaxy models
posted by Alan F. / Mar 07, 2014, 12:34 PM
Milk Music, which is powered by Slacker, offers 200 customizable channels. Exclusive tunes from new and emerging artists will soon be heard from the app. And Samsung made this extremely easy to use with no registration or set-up required. You can even make one station that is comprised of all of the stations that you like to listen to.
It seems that a little birdie (it was actually an asterisk) told us that if you use the service, you better enjoy the no-ads feature for now, because the lack of advertising is for a limited time only. Still, Samsung has produced a hassle-free streaming music app for many of its customers to enjoy, and it can be downloaded and installed now.
source: MilkMusic via AndroidCentral
Nice i'll give it a shot though I'm not big on music. I think in the end Google Play Music will suit my needs.
posted on Mar 07, 2014, 12:51 PM 1
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I've been listening to music on this app all afternoon. I really like it, easy to use interface. I like the whole setup to it.
posted on Mar 07, 2014, 1:08 PM 9
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Interesting that they revealed an app exclusive to Samsung after they had their talks with Google, that rumour suggested that Sammy would stop promoting their apps and compete against Google and instead promote google services more. Looks like that rumour is debunked?
posted on Mar 07, 2014, 6:01 PM 0
WTF? Galaxy S4 Active is not included on the list? being a high end device it should be included too instead the crap mid range S4 Mini, what happen Samsung? Already forgot the S4 Active? Whatta shame
posted on Mar 07, 2014, 9:00 PM 1
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Have you tried using it with the S4 Active before commenting?
posted on Mar 07, 2014, 9:29 PM 0
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That sucks, considering it's the freaking S4 Active. Even my Galaxy Mega 6.3 can get Milk, and I'm pretty sure it's at a lower level than the S4 Active's. I hope Samsung is gonna make Milk compatible for other Galaxy devices soon. I kinda want to get Milk on my Galaxy Light. The app seems great on my Mega.
posted on Mar 08, 2014, 12:15 AM 2
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Have been using it on my Note 3 today. I like it. And a music app with no ads that is free? Not sure if it will replace my paid Slacker app. But comparing apples vs apples. If you want a free music app without ads, I think this is your only option. good job Samsung.
posted on Mar 08, 2014, 7:41 PM 0
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