However, Samsung still hasn't updated the quality of streaming audio and it tops out at 128Kbps on the Milk Music Web Player. In comparison, arguably more popular streaming services like Spotify, Rdio and Google Play Music provide an option for streaming at 320Kbps. In fact, even Indian apps like Gaana and Saavn provide that option.
The web-browser version of Samsung's Milk Music streaming service, available at milk.samsung.com, uses a linear slider which is conducive for mouse controls. It has a design which is characterised by huge album art covers stretching across the length of the display with controls overlaid on top of it along the edges. This ensures that the controls are not a distracting element.
Similar to the app version of Milk Music, users can pick and choose nine radio stations of their choice, from across 17 broad genres of music, to be displayed on the opening screen. It also displays similar artists but they aren't linked and that is a bit of a downer. Also, the lack of social network integration like sharing music on Facebook or Twitter might not go down well with some users.