Samsung is releasing Milk: a music app for its phones through Google Play for free.
The app was developed by Samsung and is compatible with the Galaxy S3, Galaxy S4, Note 2, Note 3, S4 Active, S4 Mini, and Mega.
It is currently not available for tablets, but that may change in the future.
Milk allows you to stream music live on your device and comes with over 200 stations and thirteen million songs.
The music is powered by Slacker Radio, an existing music streaming service.
You can customize it to include whatever music you choose or create your own stations. It’s interface consists of a jogwheel-style control, making it quick and easy to navigate.
One great feature is that the app is ad-free, so you won’t be bombarded with pop-ups while you browse for music, like you are with many other apps.
On the negative side you can not currently listen offline. Streaming, however, is unlimited and your music syncs with your Samsung account.
Milk is now available for free in the Google Play store.
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