Samsung has tried to crack the music streaming market in Australia twice in recent years, and its most recent attempt, Milk Music, is closing after just over a year.
After launching in the States, Milk Music has made its way down under, offering free radio-style music streaming across multiple Samsung Galaxy mobile devices.
The social network is making it easy to locate your friends on a map, and it’s adding event alerts into the Paper app. Meanwhile, Samsung is about to push out a paid version of Milk Music.
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A new online radio service that promises 200 curated stations, no ads, no login.
Samsung debuts Milk Music, a streaming radio service that's free to download and listen to, without ads -- but it's only available on Galaxy devices.