Samsung introduces free streaming radio service
Samsung is offering a free music service for its phones.
The South Korean gadget maker said its Milk Music service includes over 200 stations and 13 million songs.
The app is designed to be easy to use and highly customizable, but it enters an already crowded space. There are numerous streaming music services, including Pandora, Spotify and Apple Inc.'s iTunes Radio.
The company's app, which can be downloaded from Google Play, won't include advertising but works only on Samsung's Galaxy line of phones.
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