The music-streaming app is currently only available on a select number of Samsung handsets and is offered for free without ads at this time. However, plans to change that have been leaked. Ads will soon come to the free version and there will be a premium version for $3.99 a month. There are also plans to offer the service to Samsung tablets in the future. Currently there are no plans to release the app to competitor devices.

Music Milk is a radio style service offering up to 13 million songs over 200 stations. Users can customize every station to their preference. These features include allowing users to adjust whether they hear a majority of older or newer songs, and customizing how often certain songs are played. Samsung hopes the service will be able to compete with other radio services such as Pandora and iTunes Radio.

Matthew Anness

Matt Anness jumped into writing for Urbanology Magazine after completing a three-year Journalism Print & Broadcasting course at Durham College. Matt has done photography and reviewed live shows of artists like Elton John, Shawn Desman, Marianas Trench and Down With Webster. To date, Matt has written for The Chronicle (Durham College/UOIT newspaper), made video feature pieces, which have aired on television, and been featured on Riot Radio many times.

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