How to Download & Manually Install Samsung Milk Music App in all Android Devices – Guide

From the likes of Spotify to Rdio to Beats Music, here comes one more music streaming service from Samsung dubbed as Milk Streaming service. With just over 13 million music tracks, from over 200 pre made stations to your choice of creation for the customized radio stations and ad free content are few of the high. While there are few limitations wherein it doesn’t allow you to set the songs as offline or download them, we can only hope that very soon Samsung gets the licenses gets done for offering offline storage. The flow of music is unlimited, as well, though you can’t skip more than six times per hour.

Interface wise, there can’t be any simpler interface than this as once you open the app, you are welcomed with a round compass like genre listing which can be checked out in the screen captures below. This app also comes with the right drawer which can be conveniently accessed for settings along with the other options which will help you customize the dial, check the history and also helps in stations management.

Adding to the list of limitations, this music streaming service from Samsung only works on selected devices which are Galaxy S3, Galaxy S4, Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy Note 2, Galaxy Mega, Galaxy S4 Mini, and the upcoming Galaxy S5 along with the other Samsung galaxy devices. Since Samsung Milk music service is powered by Slacker Radio, this will be initially available only in U.S territory and will soon be expanded to global level very soon after seeing the response.

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Do let us know your views on this Milk Streaming Service. You can download the APK and Sideload the same in your Android phone. For doing this, you need to make sure that your device is rooted. To check on whether your phone is rooted or not, download the “Root checker” app and check the same. Once your device is rooted, you can then install this app in any of the Android devices. Though, we can;t say on which all devices it will support, but it should virtually support all the devices which are on Jellybean and above.



  1. johnclegg88

    March 11, 2014 at 1:14 am

    I did check my Galaxy Mega and it’s not Rooted yet.
    So, how can I Root my Galaxy \Mega?

  2. doesn't matter

    March 9, 2014 at 9:09 pm

    the title says “guide” of manual download and install
    i fail to see the “guide” in this article (either my browser is showing half the article or you need to learn how to create titles)

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