Milk Music now works on the Galaxy Tab 4 and across some more Note tablets

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Last updated: January 29th, 2015 at 18:16 UTC+01:00

Milk Music is Samsung’s own take on media streaming. One would expect such a service to work across all Samsung devices, but for some reason we cannot fathom, that isn’t really the case. Nonetheless, the service will now work on a few more Samsung devices than it did until now. The devices that will now support the streaming service include the Galaxy Tab 4 and the Note tablets, which unfortunately haven’t been specified yet. If you’re wondering how exactly you’re to use the service, give the video embedded below a watch. Only a few months back, the service was made available to a slew of devices including the Tab Pro and the Note Pro. Now that its coming to more and more devices, you can expect yours to feature in the list sometime soon.

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