Microsoft Rebrands Its Music Service as ‘Groove’

Posted by at 11:32 am on July 7, 2015

Groove Music

 

Microsoft has revealed details about the music service for Windows 10, which is now called Groove Music. Groove will be available across XBox and Windows devices, including PCs, tablets, and smartphones.

The $10 monthly fee buys ad-free access to 40 million tracks, which can be streamed across platforms. People will also be able to create their own, custom radio stations. Microsoft says Groove will support music libraries uploaded to OneDrive, including tracks purchased via iTunes.

The service will also be made available to Android and iOS devices in the near future. Groove Music is expected to launch in the weeks ahead.

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