Alongside the announcement of the Galaxy Tab S2, Samsung also today officially unveiled the availability of its music streaming service, called Milk Music, in Malaysia. Offering a large selection of local and international music, Malaysian users can now try out yet another music streaming service.
Samsung Milk Music offers more than 150 genre-based and curated stations, with a unique “dial design” interface. There’s also a more conventional hamburger menu on the top right, letting you browse through collections such as Malay/Indonesian Music, One-Hit Wonders, and more conventional genres such as Jazz, R&B, Rock and a lot more.
The music streaming service, which was reported to debut in South East Asia back in February, also has a “Spotlight” feature offers a continuously curated selection of songs and albums which are hand-picked by “music tastemakers” and influencers. On top of that, users can also fine tune their listening experience by creating their own playlists, and search for specific genre-based stations for a personalised listening experience.
The app is free to use for all Android users, but a Premium version unlocks offline playback, unlimited song skips and of course, no ads between songs. This Premium service is priced at RM9.99 per month, which is cheaper than services such as Spotify, Deezer, Tidal, JOOX and more. To download Samsung Milk Music, head on to the Play Store link here. Note that you’ll need a Samsung account to subscribe to Premium.