Among all the music streaming and radio apps, the latest one to join the league is Samsung. The company has now decided to join the internet radio market with its latest product dubbed as Milk Music.
Something like Pandora or Spotify, the latest Samsung app is currently available for the Galaxy S3, Galaxy S4 (and variants like the S4 mini), Galaxy Note 2 and Galaxy Note 3. The Milk Music app offers unlimited free radio streaming with around 200 pre-loaded stations. It also allows the users to customize the content by creating personal set of stations from selected tracks, which can be synced with your Samsung account for accessing via all your Samsung devices.
Moreover, the app doesn't require any registration or setup for first-time use, and includes features such as pre-caching for instant playback (there's no offline caching at the moment) and the ability to select tracks from a curated selection "handpicked by music taste-makers and influencers."
Although the Music can't be bought at the moment, it is likely to come soon. Sadly, Milk Music is only available in the US at the moment, though it should expand to other regions in the coming months.
Also we don't know to which devices it is compatible with apart from the few that we have mentioned earlier.