In line with reports earlier this year, Samsung has announced that it will shut down its Milk Music service in the United States on September 22. The South Korean company says that it's now working on a model that focuses on "the best music services available today."
"We have made the strategic decision to invest in a partner model focused on seamlessly integrating the best music services available today into our family of Galaxy devices," the tech giant said in a press release.
While the company didn't provide anymore details on the product it's currently working on, we hope that we'll hear more about the said model at the upcoming IFA event in Berlin.
Because unless you are downloading from legal source through legal means, it is music piracy. It is stealing. Not everyone wants to be a thief. For some developing countries with much lower income, that an album costs you a day of wages, the be...
Guess they're MOOre concerned about their other services.