Samsung’s Own Radio Service “Milk Music” Now Available on Google Play

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A new streaming radio service from Samsung was launched onto Google Play this morning, Milk Music. Do we know what the name refers to? Not one bit. The service is completely ad-free, and also free of any cost, but for a limited time. Milk Music focuses heavily on customizable stations, with users able to fine-tune stations based on popularity, novelty, and favorite tracks from artists. 

Powered by Slacker Radio, Milk Music has zero registration or set-up. Open up the app and go. Once you set the dialer to a genre or station you like, music will instantly play. You can also select from over 200 stations, which are curated from a library of over 13 million tracks.

The service is limited to just Galaxy devices from Samsung, so if you were hoping to get in on the musical fun on any other OEM’s device, you are out of luck.

With so many services available, we will get some time with Milk Music, and then report back on how good we think it is. To check it out for yourself, follow the link below.


  • Stumble across new hits and old favorites with a turn of the dial.
  • Music plays instantly, as you scan through stations.
  • No registration or set-up required.
  • Customize the dial to show only genres and stations you like.
  • “My Stations” collects all the stations you love and those you create into a single station that’s easily accessible on the dial.
  • Fine-tune stations based on popularity, novelty and song favorites.
  • Listen to over 200 genre stations, curated from a music library of over 13 million songs.
  • “Spotlight” offers a curated selection handpicked by music tastemakers and influencers.

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