Samsung gives Milk Music streaming a subscription option

Though initially released as a free premium add-on for its Galaxy devices, Samsung is now giving its smartphone and tablet owners the option to pay for more features for the Milk Music service. The $3.99 subscription option brings some noted features and requires a Samsung account.

With the new monthly subscription option, users have unlimited skips, the ability to play without a network connection, a sleep timer, and the ability to turn on or off station DJ.

Will you be paying for Milk Music subscription? Or will you continue to use the free version?

Source: Android Police

 

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Samsung gives Milk Music streaming a subscription option

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Use other better streaming services.. Wonder how many people use this or know it exists.

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I use it at work for probably 4+ hours daily. cant beat free AND no ads. not sure what you consider to be "better streaming services"...

I'll keep using the free version. The only music I pay for is the siriusxm app and that's good enough for me.

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I already pay for Pandora. Just goes to show though, what is free now won't be free for long. Now the free users will have ads up the wazoo even more.

Boom! From My S5

I'll keep using the free version. Rhapsody unradio premier for 5.99 is my choice above all others.

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I use it bit the reliability is so poor I would never even consider paying a subscription. Any problems I have had with it I couldn't get any support from them.

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So far Iike the milk music app. They are still not putting ad's, just providing more features if you want to pay a monthly subscription.

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I didn't know I've had it for free up until now on my Galaxy. That's been globally available? EDIT: Nope not for the phablet 8.0 LTE. So I hadn't missed it after all.

The only subscription service I'll pay for is Google Music. I'll get rid of Milk before I'll subscribe.

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I already subscribe to slacker. It works on all my devices. Milk won't work on my hp chrome book. Eh. I do like milks ui better though.

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Don't really understand why people stream music when you can easily download it for free with apps like fusion or tons of other ones, and when it's downloaded you can use it across multiple players and play it without Internet access. Only reason I can think of for streaming is saving storage.

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to discover new music, to shuffle better/more frequently, it's faster than waiting for something to dl first then play (i just search a band and get it and start rockin out), and of course storage.

not sure why you DONT stream! i DL plenty, but it's normally stuff that i've heard while... streaming! ;) sometimes you just forget about old bands, and streaming services remind me to go DL their stuff!!

Fair enough, although I stream my music before I download it so maybe I do both? :D although I'm a bit confused on the "shuffle better" part. @wolfpack (forgot to press reply to comment)
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