Back in March, Microsoft announced a great feature for Xbox Music and OneDrive allowing you to stream music stored on OneDrive to your Xbox Music app on a Windows device. The integration is ideal for someone who owns a large amount of music they want to stream instead of, or in addition to, a streaming service like Xbox’s Music Pass, Spotify, etc.
According to The Verge, the iOS and Android Xbox Music apps were updated today to support this recently added feature. Now iPhone and Android users will be able to stream their own collection of up to 50,000 MP3, M4A (AAC), and WMA music files without a subscription.
Bringing this OneDrive streaming feature to cross platform users adds to Microsoft’s efforts to distinguish and reinvigorate it’s Music app, which awaits a new branding as Groove Music in Windows 10. Do you have a collection you look forward to streaming on your non-Windows device? Let us known how the new feature is working out for you in the comment section.Further reading: Android, Groove Music, iOS, OneDrive, Xbox Music