There’s no shortage of music streaming services these days, people are spoilt for choice. Not too long ago Samsung decided to jump in the fray as well. It launched Milk Music. This is Samsung’s very own music service that was initially exclusive to its smartphones. Though today the company has announced that the service is moving beyond its smartphones to other devices that it also manufactures.

According to Samsung, Milk Music will now be available on its web TVs as well as wearable devices. The company has already launched multiple wearable devices this year, particularly smartwatches, so Milk Music’s reach on this new platform will not be limited in any sense.

The company made this announcement at its offices in New York. Executive vice president of Samsung Media Solutions Center of America, John Pleasants, said that Milk Music is “effectively a big-screen jukebox for the 21st century home.”

He also revealed that Milk Music has been designed to specifically fit the screen size of every device its being launched on, this includes wearables and web TVs as well.

It has also focused on the curation of music so that listeners never run out of new music to discover. Maroon 5’s Adam Levine and James Valentine have been brought on board as “anchor curators” for Milk Music. Samsung’s new smartphones, the Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge, which were revealed today come with Milk Music pre-installed.

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