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Samsung Milk Music gets serious about college sports

by Jacob Kleinman | September 1, 2015September 1, 2015 4:00 pm PDT


Samsung Milk Music hasn’t been a huge hit since launching last year, but the music streaming service is about to go after another type of listener. Starting this week Milk Music will offer audio live streams of college football and basketball, along with pre and post-show content.

Starting on September 3 you’ll be able to follow along with 900 upcoming NCAA football games from 122 different universities. The same goes for college basketball when it kicks off in November. Samsung says it plans to stream audio broadcasts of 3,000 games basketball for 137 teams from inside the app.

If you don’t feel likely listening live you can always check in for quick real-time score updates from inside Milk Music. Samsung also says it plans to offer even more broadcasts with home and away feeds starting this fall.

Samsung Milk Music is available on most newer Galaxy devices going all the way back to the Galaxy SIII mini and the Galaxy Note II. You can also try it out online for free even if you don’t own a Samsung phone or tablet.

Jacob Kleinman

Jacob Kleinman has been working as a journalist online and in print since he arrived at Wesleyan University in 2007. After graduating, he took a...