Microsoft news recap is a weekly feature highlighting the top Microsoft news stories of the past week. Sit back, grab some coffee, and enjoy the read! Microsoft will retire its Groove Music apps for iOS and Android on December 1, 2018 Following the closure of Microsoft’s music subscription service, Groove Music, and its push to […]
Microsoft has quietly announced that its Groove Music iOS and Android apps will be retired on December 1, 2018, and both apps will no longer work after that date.
The latest update for the Groove Music app on Windows 10 Mobile lets you manually sync your OneDrive music collection and display the now playing artist on your lock screen.
The latest Groove Music app update for Windows Insiders in the Fast Ring brings some more touches of Fluent Design to the experience
As noted by a report by MSPU, Microsoft recently updated its Groove Music app with Equalizer functionality to Windows Insiders on the Fast Ring. Users can now access the equalizer from the settings page. Using the equalizer, users can use presets such as Treble Boost and Bass Boost, among others, and users can set their […]
If you previously purchased music from the Microsoft Store or still use your Groove Music Pass subscription, you may receive an email from Microsoft explaining what to do with your music collection:
Microsoft is now apologizing to those Rewards members who may have redeemed precious points on Groove Passes while also refunding the points spent and giving a 100 points bonus.
Some Groove Music Pass subscribers are being told by email that they’ll be able to enjoy their additional free OneDrive storage through December 31, 2018.
Check out our weekly Windows 10 Mobile news recap series, where we go over the top stories of the past week in the world of Microsoft’s mobile operating system.
The official Grove Music apps have updated on Windows 10 Mobile smartphones and Windows 10 PCs. While no major new features appear to have been added, a new, rather prominent banner link has been added to the bottom of the main menu (see below image) that encourages users to stream music via Spotify. The addition […]
My colleague Kareem Anderson has just posted his set of reasons why he thinks Microsoft has put its foot in it by killing Groove Music. I encourage you to read his post, and I know that many of you share his anguish over Microsoft’s seeming abandonment of the consumer. However, I have a slightly different […]
Microsoft’s Groove Music app has updated to Version 11.0925.1507 on Android devices and has added two new features in addition to the usual bug fixes and stability improvements. After installing the update, users will be able to swipe between songs on the Now Playing screen as well as search their own collection, not just Groove […]
Country music star Thomas Rhett is this week’s guest editor on Groove Music, creating his own Groove playlist of “Unforgettable Songs.” Rhett’s newest album, “Life Changes,” was just recently released and he is celebrating the album release with a list of his favorite songs for everyone to listen to on Groove. Groove Music has thousands […]
Last week, we posted about Groove Music getting new visualizer personalization options in a future Windows 10 update. Now, it appears Windows 10 Mobile users will be getting the same Groove Music visualizations, too. According to a tip from an OnMSFT reader, there is a story on Aggiornamenti Lumia reporting that the new visualization option […]
Microsoft’s Groove Music app Windows 10 is expected to receive visualizer, personalization options and more in a future update.
Microsoft is rolling out to some Insiders a new version of the Groove Music app which brings more Fluent Design touches to the already good-looking music player.
Delivered via a version 10.17062.14111 update, it is now easier to find music videos from the artist page in the Groove Music on Windows 10