Samsung confirmed at an event held this morning that Milk, its streaming music platform for Galaxy line devices, will be available in Brazil by the end of the year. A rival to Apple’s iTunes Radio, the service was launched at the beginning of March and gives access to a free music collection, without any advertising and still does not require logins.
Milk only works on some models of the Galaxy family: S4, S3, Note 3, Note 2, Mega and S4 Mini. In April, when the S5 hits the market, you will have access to the service as well. According to Samsung, on the platform there are more than 200 stations within 9 genres. Thanks to a partnership signed with Slacker, the service has 13 million songs.
Users can browse by style, artist name, album or song and create their own stations. For now, the novelty is only available on Google Play for users in some countries.
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