Samsung device owners rejoice(those that are compatible of course)as Samsung has made their streaming music service announced alongside the Samsung Galaxy S 5 last year, Milk Music, compatible with a few more devices as of today. At some point perhaps they’ll support their entire current lineup as well as all older generation devices from a year or two back, but for now if you want to use Milk Music you’ll have to settle for what the app supports at this point in time. The good news for anyone who owns and uses a Samsung Galaxy Tab 4, is that you’re now included in this list, as are any number of unknown people who use and own any of the unknown “Note” series tablets that Samsung also added support for today. We’d congratulate you, but we have no way of knowing who you are.
Our suggestion for anyone who owns a Note tablet that didn’t previously have support Milk Music is to check and see if you can now download and install the app from the Play Store. If you can, hooray, you’re tablet now has support for the streaming music service. To be honest, though if you didn’t or still don’t have support for Samsung’s streaming music app, you really aren’t missing out too much. Milk Music doesn’t feel that different from other streaming services, whether you pay for yours or not. It still does its best job to feed you a listening experience that is tailored to your personal preference, as does every other major streaming service.
Its similarities doesn’t mean it’s not a worthwhile streaming service though, nor that it doesn’t work. On the contrary(with limited experience of course)I know that it actually works pretty decent and it has much to offer anyone who loves to stream their tunes anytime and anywhere. Milk Music is still free as it most likely always will be, and of your device isn’t supported yet, not to worry as Samsung will surely be adding more device support in the future. We do have to wonder though, why they chose to roll out compatibility ion stages instead of all at once to every device they want to be supported. Perhaps we’ll never know the reasons. You can grab the Milk Music app from the Play Store, and if you need a little crash course on how Milk Music works, check out the how-to below.