Samsung has released a new music streaming app called Milk Music to take on the new streaming industry. But it wasn’t available in its home country. However, Samsung has now officially announced that Milk Music is now available in South Korea.
According to sources, the services of Milk Music for South Korean is similar to what is being offered in the United States. You will be able to stream music based on various stations you prefer, skip tracks and create your very own personal station.
It is uncertain if Samsung will be offering a premium subscription. If the company chooses to do so, we expect it to cost $3.99 (RM13.00/SKW4,180) in South Korea. In America, the premium version of the app allows users to skip tracks and to listen to them offline.
As Milk Music is still new in its home country, we expect the premium version to only be released a few months later. Till then, for those in South Korea, why not try the trial version? Let us know in the comment section about your experience using Milk!
Source : Sam Mobile