Milk Music from Samsung- new music streaming? - Samsung Update

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1Android is the place where you can find all features or services offered by Google, but Android on Samsung devices it’s something different. They must put near Google’s product, Samsung’s services too and from here the game becomes tricky. Google has an app for music ans movies called Google Play Music and Play Movies service. A patent from US Patent and Trademark Office show that Samsung want to make a new app called Milk Music. This new feature will give access to user to a streaming music app, internet radio or video broadcasts. Internet radio was a feature already used on Nokia’s Symbian in the past.

Samsung is already doing all this in a way or another by it’s Hub apps, but by Milk Music it seems that they want to bring all the features under one umbrella and give the possibility  that users could access various streaming services by one app. This new app could be something like Apple’s iTunes. Maybe we will see this feature on the new Samsung Galaxy S5 next week at Mobile World Congress at Barcelona on February 24th.

What do you think about such an app, that allows streaming services for users?

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