Samsung adds more taste to music

(Photo: Pando Daily)Milk music in mobiles.

To add more taste to music, Samsung Telecommunications America, LLC, or Samsung Mobile, introduces 'Milk Music' - a free, innovative and ad-free radio service that offers an entertaining way to enjoy music more and discover new music, Business Wire reports. The service is fully customizable, as Milk is created with an easy-to-use, elegant interface that makes listening to your favorite music a more enriching experience. Milk Music has over 200 stations.

Samsung America President and CEO Gregory Lee said they offer consumers a rich and amazing music experience based on what matters most to them. Milk is a fresh approach to music which reflects the innovative leadership of the company in their determination to come up with best and classy consumer experiences.

'Slacker' powers Milk, and Galaxy consumers (Galaxy S III, Galaxy S4, Galaxy S4 Mini, Galaxy Note II, Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Mega) can download the app from the Google Play Store in April. Samsung will also offer soon a distinctive music programming for emerging and top selling artists which are exclusively available via Milk.

'Spotlight' and 'My Station' features

Milk features a growing music catalog of 200 curated and genre-based stations and 13 million songs. It uses music to connect with people. It has a "Spotlight" feature that provides continuous curated picks as well as album choices of music influences. "My Station" lets you create a personal station containing your favorite albums and songs that you can access easily on the dial. Furthermore, Milk allows up to six song skips per station per hour.

Experience music your way

Samsung delivers an amazing personalized music experience by providing various ways to fine-tune Milk to best suit your listening preferences. The customizable dial showcases genres relevant to your liking. Likewise, there is a "Fine-Tune Station" feature that lets you adjust stations based on song favorites, novelty or popularity, for a more personalized listening feel.

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