New Radio Platform: Milk Music Arrives
The space is a crowded one – take your pick of Pandora, Spotify, iTunes, the list goes on and on. But when you are the hardware provider, do you then have an advantage?
We told you back in October about giant Samsung kicking off the Milk Music Radio app. They launched in the USA in March, and in October they went outside the US borders to Korea.
Just the other week it was Australia's turn as Milk Music arrived.
Milk Music gives free streaming access to 3.6 million songs and only works on Samsung smartphones using Android 4.0 or later. It is backboned by Slacker, which is a player out of the US and owned these days by yahoo.
Like most others in the space, you can customise or personalise your experience by fine tuning how you want the stream to play out. If you have multiple Samsung devices – no matter where you’re logged in, on your phone or tablet, your listening history and preferences come with you.
Samsung also look set to go beyond mobile with an expansion as a Samsung Smart TV app in the US and the launch of Milk VR (Virtual Reality) for immersive 360-degree videos, featuring channels in music, sports, action and lifestyle.
You can download Milk Music from the Play Store or GALAXY Apps store from today.