Deezer app for Windows 10 gets new options with latest update

By: Ivan Jenic
3 minute read

Deezer just released a new update for its Deezer Music Preview app for Windows 10 that brings a couple of design and functionality changes to its Premium+ users. However, even after the update, Deezer Music for Windows 10 is still in the Preview phase.

The update itself enhances the design of the app with some user interface changes: revamped content pages, a new tab bar, and the ability to store your favorite music under “My Music” section are just some of the many changes.

Besides picking your favorite songs on Deezer, you now have the ability to put your favorite Bob Marley songs into a special playlist called “Rasta Legends.” Additionally, the new update lets users adjust audio quality based on the strength of your internet connection. So, if your internet connection is weaker, you can adjust audio quality to low to avoid lag and additional buffering.

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Here’s the complete changelog of the update:

  • “Put Bob Marley in your ‘Rasta Legends’ playlist with the click of a finger. Simply click the 3 dots on the player, or tap and hold the song you wish to add from an album page.
  • Personalise the audio quality in your app settings. You can adjust your audio settings depending on the internet connection you are using.”

Deezer building its presence on Windows 10

Deezer released its new Deezer Music Preview app in March, replacing the old Deezer app which is actually still available in the Store. The reason for the new app is to bring Deezer to all Windows 10 platforms, as the old one was only limited to PCs. In that manner, the latest update is also available on both Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile.

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The new update brought some interesting changes, but there’s still no word about Cortana integration. This is actually unusual, as Deezer is a popular service and almost every newer Windows 10 app now comes with support for Microsoft’s assistant. We hope that Deezer will finally introduce Cortana integration with some of the coming updates. Until then, you can enjoy other benefits of the app.

Deezer is one of the most popular music subscription services in the world. It offers more than 50 million songs on your Windows 10 device (and other platforms). However, just like all subscription services, using Deezer comes with a price: €6.99/month for Deezer Premium Plus. (If you want to subscribe to Deezer Premium Plus, go to this link.)

On the other hand, if you don’t want to pay for listening to music on your Windows 10 or Windows 10 Mobile device, you can use some other newly released Windows 10 radio apps. The Windows 10 Store now offers the best online radio services in the world, like TuneIn, Pandora, or Audials.

To download the latest update, just go to the Store, and check for updates. Or if you don’t use Deezer Music Preview for Windows 10 yet, go and download it from this link.

Make sure to let us know in the comments about your favorite music to listen on Deezer Music for Windows 10!


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