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Samsung launches video streaming service – Milk Video – in the US

Samsung launches video streaming service – Milk Video – in the US
Samsung has had a streaming music service for a while now, weirdly named Milk Music, which is a Samsung device-exclusive app, rivaling the likes of Spotify, Aupeo, Rdio, and others. Today, the company announced another media streaming app – Milk Video – which, as the name suggests, will be a clip-viewing platform.

Sammy claims that Milk Video will provide interesting content for its users to watch all the time, as in – the experienced will be personalized – the system will decide what videos to place on one's stream, by analyzing which channels they follow and which videos they have "liked". In order to provide interesting, and even some exclusive, content, Samsung has partnered with College Humor, Cracked, Buzzfeed, Funny or Die, Vice, Vanity Fair, VICE, Red Bull, Vevo, AwesomenessTV, and more.

There is also a social aspect to Milk Video – you can follow channels, brands, and individuals, repost your favorite videos for your own followers to see, or share them via other social media, such as Facebook or Twitter.

Download Milk Video here

via: Gizmodo


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