Samsung Milk Music hits China
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Although most audiophiles are not leaving the traditional CD audio format and even vinyl behind, most consumers will use only online music streaming services pretty soon. On the other hand, the market is pretty crowded, and new such services often fail to meet the expectations of the companies behind them, even when talking about big names like Samsung.
Fortunately, it looks like Milk Music is not dead everywhere - although Samsung discontinued it in a few markets, they have just introduced it in China. According to SamMobile, Milk Music brings more than one million tracks to its new Chinese users, also offering "enhanced discovery features." In addition to its large library of tracks, Milk Music also allows its users to gain access to a large list of streaming radio stations.
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