After the music service reserved for users of Galaxy devices, the counterpart dedicated to videos also arrives, for now only in the United States
A few months ago, Samsung launched a free music streaming service as an attempt to offer users of their devices an alternative to Spotify, Deezer and other streaming music services that crowd the industry. The availability of Samsung Milk Music purposefully limited to the Galaxy series smartphones it has certainly undermined its success, just as probably the spread of Milk Video, the homologous video streaming service just launched by the company that follows the same philosophy, will also be restricted.
The compatibility of the service indeed limited to Korean devices, which certainly does not make it a global phenomenon. For the rest, Milk Video is a portal that boasts original content through important collaborations with Vice, Funny Or Die, College Humor, Red Bull and other brands. In Italy the app will probably arrive in the coming months; in the meantime, downloadable only for users in the United States.