When Samsung first rolled out their Milk Music service in March earlier this year, it came across as a free music streaming service (which is supported with the presence of various ads littered all over the place, of course). Now that Samsung Music is set to shut down this coming July 1st, it does lend even more weight for Milk Music to increase its reach, where this music streaming service now includes support for the Samsung Galaxy S3 mini to the list of devices.
Prior to Samsung Milk Music 1.1, the number of smartphones from the South Korean conglomerate which were supported included the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S3, Samsung Galaxy S4, Samsung Galaxy S5, Samsung Galaxy Note II, Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Samsung Galaxy Mega and the Samsung Galaxy S4 mini. We are quite sure that when the Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime hits the market, it too, will be part of the “bottle”, so to speak. Right now, do bear in mind that Milk Music happens to be available only in the U.S.
Isn’t it nice to see some of the older devices out there still having the support of Samsung? This particular update will also deliver sound quality improvement, bug fixes as well as making the entire app more stable.