Samsung Milk Video app aims to deliver ALL the viral things


samsung milk video

Samsung has announced a new service to add to their growing collection of “Milk” offerings. Alongside Milk Music, which helps you discover new tunes based on your listening habits, Samsung Milk Video will look to do the same for viral videos. To hear Samsung tell it:

The beautiful, simple design makes browsing effortless — searching is a thing of the past. Personalized at its core, Milk Video will learn and refine its content recommendations with every use. By understanding what consumers watch, who they choose to follow, who they like or repost as well as which videos are dismissed, Milk Video will deliver the content that is relevant for each user. In addition, users can follow friends, brands and other users within the app.

They’re partnering up with folks from Condé Nast, Funny Or Die, Red Bull, Vevo and VICE to start, with other partners looking to be added as time rolls by. Unfortunately Samsung’s playing keep away for those not part of their happy family of phone owners. Here are the devices you’ll be able to use it on:

  • Galaxy Note 2
  • Galaxy Note 3
  • Galaxy Note 4
  • Galaxy Note Edge
  • Galaxy Mega
  • Galaxy S3
  • Galaxy S4
  • Galaxy S4 mini
  • Galaxy S3 mini
  • Galaxy S5

Here’s the app sitting for you in the Google Play Store, so be sure to try it if you’ve got the appropriate hardware. We’ll be reaching out to Samsung to see if they have plans to bolster that list up (perhaps with tablets they manufacture) at some point in the near future.

[via Samsung]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. What kinda name is milk?

    1. Mehlk.

      1. Well done. Points for you good sir.

  2. Glad it is in the Play store and a person is not forced to use the Samsung store.

  3. For those w/rooted devices,there’s an XPOSED Module that enables MILK on Non-SAMSUNG devices.
    I don’t use MILK myself (a choice, not due to lactose intolerance)………….

  4. I don’t understand. The list says S3 too, but when I go to the Play store it says that my device isn’t compatible with this.

  5. I have s3 too and it says the same for me :(

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