Earlier this year Samsung launched Milk Music. Its a music streaming service exclusively available for the users of the company’s mobile devices. Ever since its launch the service has been exclusive to users of Samsung’s smartphones but today the company has finally expanded it to some of its tablets as well. Only a handful of tablets have been chosen to receive support, hopefully Samsung will have plans to increase the list over the coming months.

Its unclear if the company is ever going to open this service up to Android devices from other companies, that’s highly unlikely. However those who own a Samsung Galaxy TabPRO tablet, the Galaxy NotePro 12.2 or the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition will be able to use Milk Music on their tablets starting today.

Users don’t need to register or setup the service. They instantaneously get access to more than 200 radio stations touting over 13 million songs from 17 different genres. There is bound to be something for everyone. Curated playlists are also offered and users can create personal stations for tracks they love the most.

It is expected that somewhere down the road Samsung is going to introduce premium subscription options for Milk Music. But before it does that it would probably be best to make it available to as many Samsung mobile devices as possible.

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