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Milk Music will soon be able to stream live college sports

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Last updated: September 1st, 2015 at 16:31 UTC+02:00

Samsung is rolling out an update to its music streaming service Milk Music, which will give users an ability to stream live broadcasts from various college football and basketball teams. The update will start rolling out on the 3rd of September when the new section goes live in the genre dial.

Users of the service will be able to stream over 900 different football games and championships from 122 universities. Also, basketball season starts in November, and you will be able to stream over 3,000 games from 137 NCAA teams, all included in the latest live college sports section.

The best part about Milk Music is that it’s completely free of charge as long as you own a compatible Samsung phone or tablet. The smartphone giant is planning to add sport talk content from CBS Radio National Sports Talk Shows, so it’s going to be improved pretty heavily in the coming weeks. You can find more information about the app on the official Google Play Store page.

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