Milk Video: Samsung's New Video Discovery Service
Article by George Norman
On 25 Nov 2014
After having introduced “the next big thing in music,” Samsung now introduced “the next big thing in video.” Or to put it in other words, this March, Samsung introduced Milk Music – and this November, Samsung introduced Milk Video.

Milk Video is a new video discovery service that will help you browse, view, and share the most talked-about videos of the day. Milk Video just launched in US and is available exclusively for Galaxy owners.

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“The promise of Milk is a well-designed mobile experience that makes it easy to discover the content you want. We did this first with Milk Music, and now, we extend this promise with Milk Video,” said John Pleasants, Samsung EVP, Media Solutions Center America. “Samsung is committed to giving our customers the best software and services to enhance their device experience. We’re partnering with some of the best brands in new media to deliver great content across our consumers’ passion points: music, comedy, lifestyle, and entertainment.”

Milk Video – Main Features
  • Sleek Design – Milk Video has a sleek, good looking, and easy to use interface. The visual experience was custom designed to match the high quality content Milk Video has to offer.
  • Video Content – using the sleek interface and intuitive controls you can easily access Milk Video’s curated feeds, view popular online videos, and check out videos from internationally renowned entertainment brands and networks.
  • Personalized Recommendations – as you use Milk Video, it learns what you like and it will refine content recommendations. Users won’t see the same content; each user will see content that is relevant to his tastes and to what he likes.
  • Share – select any video you want and share it with your friends. Let them know what they’re missing out on!
Additional information on Milk Video is available here.

You can get Milk Video for free from Google Play.

Milk Video is compatible with the following devices: Galaxy Note II, Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy Note Edge, Galaxy Mega, Galaxy S III, Galaxy S 4, Galaxy S 4 mini, Galaxy S III mini and Galaxy S 5 devices.

Update, February 5, 2015: added the videos below.





UPDATE, September 29, 2015: Samsung announced that "we have decided to end support for the Samsung Milk Video app as of November 20, 2015."





Tags: Samsung, Milk Video, Milk Music, Galaxy, Google, Android, Play Store, video, music
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