March 9 marked the first birthday of Samsung’s Milk Music streaming service. To celebrate, it has launches a free Web music player. Previously only available on Samsung devices, Milk Music can now be enjoyed by anyone across all platforms.
“Now you can get all your favorite stations on your computer with the Milk Music Web Player,” said Samsung.
Users can now enjoy more than 13 million songs across over 200 hundred stations online. On touch screens, an interactive dial allows users to navigate between songs, while the web version “has transformed into a full-screen tuner making navigating across genres and stations simple and fluid,” the South Korean tech company said.
To take advantage Milk Music, users can sign in to their existing Samsung account or create a new one for free, regardless of whether or not they own a Samsung device. Those listening for free will have to put up with the occasional ad, or pay $4 a month for a premium membership.