Milk Music: Samsung's New Music Service Powered by Slacker
Article by George Norman
On 14 Mar 2014
Earlier this week Samsung introduced Milk Music, a new music service that is free, powered by Slacker, and available exclusively for Galaxy customers. If you have a supported Galaxy device, go get Milk Music for free from Google’s Play Store, and access more than 200 radio stations.

“Milk introduces a fresh approach to music that reflects our innovation leadership and our focus on creating best-in-class consumer experiences,” said Gregory Lee, president and CEO of Samsung Telecommunications America and Samsung Electronics North America Headquarters. “We’re offering consumers amazing, rich music experiences built around what matters most to them and their lifestyle.”

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There’s lots to like about Samsung’s new music service Milk Music. It is ad-free, it is offered for free to Galaxy customers, it has a distinctive dial design, it helps you discover new music, and much more. In the spirit of keeping things nice and short, here’s a list of main features.

Milk Music – Main Features
  • Lots of stations – Milk Music provides easy access to more than 200 stations. No matter what type of music you like, there is a radio station that caters to your tastes.
  • Discover music – Spotlight presents a curated selection of songs and albums. As Samsung explained, the music was handpicked by music tastemakers and influencers.
  • Personal stations – create personal stations with My Stations.
  • Dial - Milk has distinctive dial design that is more organic and fun. Up to nine genre-based stations are displayed by the dial. The dial can be customized
  • Ease of use – the elegant and user friendly interface lets you easily access the aforementioned 200+ radio stations and all the other features Milk Music has to offer.
  • Customization – Milk can be fine-tuned to meet your listening preferences. You can customize the dial, you can adjust what songs play, you can get recommendations based on your tastes, and more.
  • Free and ad-free – Milk Music is offered for free to Galaxy customers. The music service is ad-free (for a limited time).
Additional information on Milk Music is available here.
You can get Milk Music for free from Google’s Play Store.


Milk Music is available for the following Galaxy devices: Galaxy S 4, Galaxy S III, Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy Note II, Galaxy Mega and Galaxy S 4 mini across all carrier and retail channels. This April, the Galaxy S 5 goes on sale; Milk Music will be available for the S5 as well.

Milk Music lets you skip songs: six song skips per hour per station.

UPDATE, November 25, 2014: Samsung introduced a new video service called Milk Video.

UPDATE, February 5, 2015: Samsung rolled out the how-to video embedded below.






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