It has been precisely one year since Samsung launched its streaming radio service, Milk Music, which has only been available through the company’s devices up till now. A few months after its launch Samsung introduced a premium subscription tier and the old service became ad-supported. Today, to mark the first anniversary of this service, Samsung announced the Milk Music Web Player.

This means that the streaming radio service can now be accessed from any computer with a web browser and not just Samsung’s mobile devices or televisions.

Folks who own Samsung devices and have a Samsung account will be able to log in to the service using any web browser on any device.

Moreover the service will also be open to non-Samsung device owners who can simply head on over to the Milk Music Web Player and take advantage of all this service has to offer.

The user interface isn’t going to feel new to people who have been using this service on Samsung’s devices. Beautiful album artwork is put front and center with an emphasis on easy channel discovery.

There is just one caveat though. Samsung has limited the Milk Music Web Player to residents of the United States for now, so if you’re outside the country, you can’t use it until Samsung decides to flip the switch for other countries.

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