Enjoy Samsung’s Milk Music Free Streaming Service On Web Now!
It’s been a year when Samsung’s Milk music streaming service was launched — initially for the Galaxy owners only. Now on its first anniversary, it has been made available through a web browser client. However, if you want to use the Milk app, Samsung’s device is still a necessity.
Some important modifications have been made in the app’s functionality. As far as the app’s control mechanism is concerned, mouse-friendly linear slider has been focused in place of conventional circular touch screen. Keyboard shortcuts have been defined for most of the app’s functions as well.
If you are a vintage user, you must be aware of most of the capabilities of the app. Those who are planning to use will find their decision reinforced when I say: the app version allows you to play nine radio stations simultaneously. And that, too, by sorting out your favorite genre from the list of 17 distinctive music genres.
Further, narrowing down of the stations is possible. By doing so, you can adjust the station according to your own music aesthetics. In the same way, if you broad the category, you find more options to chose from. In a nutshell, by narrowing down you get more focus, alternatively you enjoy more variations.
Moreover, you get an opportunity to customize the channels by means of fine tuning them. You can use the slider to to mix your selections and come up with a new unique option. For example, you can mix popular, new, and favorite tracks.
Variety is one of the mandatory ingredients for lasting taste of anything. Listening same music or same music may bore you — at least, it bores me. But Samsung tends to break this monotony of choice. Milk shows the names of other singers or artists whose work it finds out to be similar to whatever you are already listening. This introduces you to other options but it does not allow you to try those options. That is to say, you can not select from the additional options. Neither you can copy/paste those names, a thing whose logic is not understandable for me.
Milk has one very praiseworthy characteristic: it is ads free. But this version limits the skipping of songs. Alternatively, you can pay $4 per month and can skip songs with no limit, writes the PCWorld.
What has no alternative — which you may desire — is the quality of songs. The streaming speed of Milk, 128Kbps, is comparatively low than 320 Kbps, offered by Google Play Music etc.