Samsung launches ad-free radio streaming service Milk Music

RHIAN JONES

Samsung has launched an ad-free radio streaming service called Milk Music, available exclusively on Galaxy devices, in the US.

The service is powered by online radio Slacker. Users have access to radio stations that play topical songs in line with personal taste.

Each station allows six song “skips” per hour, but that number refreshes every time a new station is selected.

Click-to-buy links directing to Samsung’s Music Hub or the Google Play Store will be introduced in future.

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