Samsung’s Milk Music service now available for select tablets
Samsung launched the new Milk Music streaming service earlier this year for users of its devices, and along with the fact that it was (and still is) exclusive to consumers in the US, Samsung also disappointed by offering the Milk Music app only for smartphones. Thankfully, that is changing today, as the latest update to Milk Music adds support for a select few Galaxy tablets, namely the Galaxy TabPRO series, the Galaxy NotePRO 12.2, and the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition. That’s a rather short list, but it is nonetheless a welcome move on Samsung’s part to finally let tablet users join in on the fun.
Milk Music currently offers free access to over 200 radio stations with more than 13 million songs from 17 different genres, with no registration or setup required, though premium subscription options are expected to be added later this year. It offers curated playlists and also allows creating personal stations from particular tracks, which are then synced between all Samsung devices a user may have.
Head over to the source link to download the Milk Music app if you have one of the supported tablets (even if you don’t, you can still download it if you one of the popular Samsung phones launched since last year.)