Samsung has unveiled a free music service for users of its Galaxy smartphones.
Dubbed Milk Music, the service will offer some 200 ad-free radio stations and 13 million songs to US customers with Samsung Galaxy devices.
“Milk introduces a fresh approach to music that reflects our innovation leadership and our focus on creating best-in-class consumer experiences,” said Gregory Lee, president and chief executive of Samsung Telecommunications America.
“We’re offering consumers amazing, rich music experiences built around what matters most to them and their lifestyle.”
The service will be offered with no log-in required and no need to browse for a specific artist or song. Like other service will allow six song skips per hour per station.
Milk is powered by the radio service Slacker.
Apple last year introduced its ad-supported iTunes radio service, which also allows customers to make purchases from the iTunes catalogue. It was launched in Australia last month.
The company’s app, which can now be downloaded from Google Play, won’t include advertising, but only works on Samsung’s Galaxy line of phones.