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Samsung Milk Music expands to the Web, free for all

by Todd Haselton | March 9, 2015March 9, 2015 9:00 am PDT

Samsung on Monday announced that, in celebration of its Milk Music service turning one year old today, it’s expanding the client beyond tablets and smartphones and onto the Web. That means anyone can stream free ad-supported Milk Music content online, whether you own a Samsung device or not.

You’ll still need to use a Samsung account to access the free music service, however it’s easy to create one. Once that’s setup, simply visit http://milk.samsung.com, where you’ll see Samsung’s Milk Music web player. It’s powered by Slacker, which means you’ll get access to more than 13 million songs, 200 radio stations and more. Users can easily change stations using a slider bar at the bottom of the page, which functions similarly to the radio dial inside Samsung’s Milk Music apps on Android.

Most folks will probably still prefer premium options like Spotify or Google Play Music, but Samsung’s Milk Music is a decent free alternative. Hit the source to check out Samsung’s Milk Music web player now.

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Todd Haselton

Todd Haselton has been writing professionally since 2006 during his undergraduate days at Lehigh University. He started out as an intern with...

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