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Samsung has launched a free music service for users of its Galaxy smartphones, making a move into a crowded market that includes Pandora, Spotify and Apple’s iTunes.
The service termed Milk Music will offer some 200 ad-free radio stations to US customers with Samsung Galaxy devices.
Milk is powered by the radio service Slacker. The company suggested it may take a page from Apple by offering unique music programming from top selling and emerging artists available exclusively through the platform.
The South Korean Electronics giant is the world’s biggest smartphone maker and is challenging Apple in the US market. Samsung claimed, the service will be offered with no log-in required and no need to browse for a specific artist or song.
It will have 200 genre-based and curated stations and some 13 million songs, and like other service will allow six song skips per hour per station.