Unlike the Music Hub, this one does not require the user to set up an account. Just start the app and the music begins
With Milk Music, the internet radio, Samsung has taken the online music service game in its own hands. The nomenclature is not hitting it off right and sounds bad at the moment but apparently Samsung is trying to give a fresh take on music to its customers. For those who want to give it a try, the service available on the Google Play store where you can get some ad free music. However, this service is only going to work on the Samsung devices.
With similar terms the Milk and the hub might get mixed up in most of your minds but remember to keep them separate from one another. The Music Hub requires users to set up an account but with the Milk service, you can just start the app and begin the music. Currently, the new Milk service is going to be compatible with the Samsung Galaxy S4, S3, Note 3, Note 2, and the GS4 Active and Mini and also the S5 when it comes out.
Talking more of the service here, it has 200 different musical genre stations which give users the access to over 13 million songs. As the company has claimed, the UI is definitely "fresh" and the design is quite unique with a number of different options for music listening.