Microsoft has been working pretty hard on their Groove Music app for the Windows platform, covering devices such as Windows 10 PC and Windows 10 Mobile, however, third-party platforms such as Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android have been left in the dark, with there being no significant improvements to the app. That is about to change.
With Microsoft’s continued push on getting its services to other platforms, so that it is platform agnostic, it is important the company keeps up the pace with its services elsewhere – and that process begins with Groove Music. Ellen Kilbourne, the Community Manager for Groove Music, announced on Twitter that
Ellen Kilbourne, the Community Manager for Groove Music, announced on Twitter that her and the team are currently working on updates for Groove Music for iOS and Android:
— Ellen Kilbourne (@ellenment) July 15, 2016
No further details surrounding what could be included in the update have surfaced as yet, although, we’re told to expect details “soon” – has Microsoft trademarked this term yet?
We’ll let you know as soon as more information comes to light regarding the planned update, however, in the meantime, you can grab Groove Music from the Google Play Store and Apple Store below:Android, Groove Music, iOS, Microsoft, Microsoft Groove, music streaming