Windows Insiders get music video support in Groove for Windows 10 PC and mobile

Users  will be as visual entertained as they are auditorially with the newest update coming to Groove Music. According to Neowin, the Windows 10 music application is seeking to bring some feature parity over from their Xbox One app. Now, Windows 10 Insiders will be able to click the video icon in the media controls to turn on music videos for select tracks.

The addition of videos in a Microsoft music app isn't a new feature, however. The Groove Music Xbox One app had the same feature until it was removed. So it's surprising that we'd see this update on PC just one day after the video feature made its triumphant return on console.

If you want to get into the Groove Music version 10.16112.1015, you'll need to be set up for the Fast Ring for PC. Otherwise, it is publicly available on Xbox One and soon to come for Windows 10.

Update: Thanks to a series of clarifying tweets from Microsoft engineer Jen Gentleman, the Groove video update coming to PC and mobile has been cleared up and ultimately put to rest. 

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