Samsung launches Milk Music, a pretty music app powered by Slacker Radio review Samsung has yet another music streaming service to deliver the latest hits to smartphones. In addition to its internal music app that ships with every phone and its former Music Hub powered by 7digital, Android's leading manufacturer today unveiled Milk Music, a Slacker-powered streaming music app that is exclusive to Galaxy devices in the United States. The newest music app also happens to be the best looking and has fewer interruptions. Milk Music has an interface that is understated, beautiful, and easy to grasp, attributes not typically associated with Samsung products. A large dial acts the primary way to navigate between stations. Users mark their nine favorite genres and then slowly move the dial towards the different sub genres that they can hear. Scrolling towards the Indie marker includes 90's Hits or Alternative, and the Electronic section has stations inspired by ULTRA Music Festival or Trap. The classic motion of moving through a radio knob to access new tunes is expertly replicated with this feature.