It seems like every major tech company is looking to launch their own music streaming service in hopes of replicating the same success Spotify and Pandora’s achieved over the years. Beats Music entered the market earlier this year and now Samsung is joining the soiree with what it’s calling Samsung MILK—a free music service that is said to deliver instant and effortless listening—ad-free and without any log-in requirements.
MILK will provide access to over millions of songs and nearly 200 genre-based radio stations, which includes a variety of unique channels from ’40 Hits to Teen Pop to Video Game music. Users will have the luxury of customizing their listening experience through some unique control features such as the customized dial, adjusting any station based on popularity, novelty, and song favorites. There’s also a history option that keeps track of all the latest stations listened to, along with the last track played.
For those asking what will happen with Music Hub and Samsung Music, the company’s last two audio-streaming services, Samsung claims both will be operational, but MILK will be the company’s primary music streaming service moving forward. Samsung MILK is now available for download on Google Play.