Posted by Dan Thorp-Lancaster on 5 Jan 2015 5:26 pm
From CES 2015 today, Samsung announced that it is expanding its Milk services to the TV, Web and VR. Milk Music will expand to Samsung Smart TVs and the web, while Milk Video will also come to Samsung's Smart TV lineup. In addition, today marks the official release of Milk VR.
Samsung got served with a trademark lawsuit this week from Milk Studios, a photography and multimedia company. It claims Samsung violated its trademarks when it named its music streaming service Milk Music.
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.
Posted by Harish Jonnalagadda on 22 May 2014 4:13 am
Samsung will be shutting down its Music Hub service on July 1, according to a statement the manufacturer has sent to customers of the service. In the email, Samsung is advising users to "take the time to download all purchased content and use any remaining vouchers for Samsung Music before July 1, 2014 -- after that date they will no longer be available."
Samsung partnered up with Slacker to release Milk Music last month. The service was freely available to all high-end Galaxy smartphone owners, opening up a world of music with a personalized experience. That's all set to change as the company has revealed plans to add a premium subscription to the streaming service.
Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 7 Mar 2014 12:40 pm
A premium ad-free radio service that doesn't cost a dime
In case you can't find what you need from other free Internet Radio services, Samsung has released Milk Music for the Galaxy S3, Galaxy S4, Galaxy S5, Galaxy Note 2, Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy Mega and Galaxy S4 Mini.
Powered by Slacker, Milk Music features over 200 genre-based and curated stations, with 13 million songs. There is a strong...
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