Samsung releases Milk Music to all through the web as it was declared in the month of January. This application was first released last year containing about 13 million songs of different categories, only for Samsung users.

 

Milk Music is a free service for music streaming and it could only be accessed through Samsung smart devices like its smartwatches, smart phones, TV and tablets.

 

However, this facility can be accessed by any device that can run a web browser from Monday, the 9th of March. The user will require to first register on the website of Samsung, before using the milk music app.

 

Slacker Internet Radio service are the ones engineering this service of Milk Music for both the app and web versions. Those with Samsung devices have access to the app version, while other users without a Samsung device can hook on to it through the web.

 

Those that hook on to this service will be able to listen to a collection of 200 radio stations from all genres. There was no outline of the albums or names of artist that one can listen to on the milk music service – It was not specified by Samsung.

 

The milk music version that is available to all via the web, has a different interface design than the original app version that was launched last year for Samsung devices only. Web version is designed to look like a real radio with a tuning bar for selection, while the app version has a dialing look for selection. Users also have the option to set up a playlist containing their best stations and songs, while customizing stations as well.

 

The web edition of milk music issues a free service for all to use, but it has a paid version requiring a monthly fee of $3.99 so as to get an extra feature of song skipping – all versions contain adverts.

 

Samsung is going to have a stiff competition coming from the renowned Apple iTunes radio and other web radio services like Spotify, Slacker and  Pandora.