Samsung Debuts Milk Music, A New Free (For Now) Streaming Radio Service For Galaxy Smartphones

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Samsung is doing something unusual for the company – focusing on mobile software design, with a new product out today called Milk Music. It’s a streaming radio app, with free (and ad-free) streaming of tracks in the U.S. that’s available via Google Play to owners of Galaxy smartphones, including the Galaxy S4, Galaxy SIII, Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy Note II, Galaxy Mega and Galaxy S4 mini exclusively. It’s essentially an iTunes Radio competitor for Samsung smartphone owners, really, and it’ll also make its way to the Galaxy S5 when that comes out in April, too.

Milk Music differentiates itself not only with free music and a total absence of ads, but also via a unique and refreshing user interface that uses a dial control for tuning what kind of music is playing, and that puts music playback front and center, with instant playback starting at launch and no signups…

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