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Samsung Milk Music Streaming Service Open To Web Users


Samsung still won’t let you use their Milk Music service on other Android devices but they’ve got a plan to compensate its users. Until now, only Samsung Galaxy phones and tablets, or the Gear S smartphone and Samsung Smart TVs owners could access the Milk Music streaming service. You can now stream your Milk Music stations in your web browser. To use the music streaming service from your web browser, you’ll have to create a Samsung account on the Samsung Milk Music website. Current Milk Music users will have their preferences and settings carried over onto the Web player. Just like the app version, the web-based Milk Music will be powered by Slacker Internet radio service. Giving you access to 200 curated radio stations across different genres.

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