Samsung’s Milk Music Streaming Service Launches on the Web


Samsung’s Milk Music streaming service turns one today and music lovers are getting a special treat to celebrate its first birthday—a new Web music player.

This means that in addition to listening on your Samsung smartphone, tablet, smartwatch, or TV, you can now enjoy the catalog of more than 13 million songs spread out across 200-plus curated stations on the Web as well.

“Now you can get all your favorite stations on your computer with the Milk Music Web Player,” Samsung said.

With Milk Music you can surf stations and genres by turning an interactive dial to navigate between songs. In the new Web version, that dial “has transformed into a full-screen tuner making navigating across genres and stations simple and fluid,” the South Korean tech giant said.

Head over to the site now to sign in with your existing Samsung account, or create a new one. The service is now open to everyone—even those who don’t a Samsung device.

Click here to read more.


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