Groove Music App for Windows 10 Mobile and Desktop Users Updated with New Features
Microsoft has decided to rename Xbox Music into Groove Music as part of its internal restructuring. Now the app has been updated for both Windows 10 Mobile and desktop users with a couple of features worth taking int account.
Microsoft’s Groove Music has been updated with several new features and options for both Windows 10 Mobile and desktop users, as well. Of course, the traditional bug fixes and various other minor enhancements are here, as well.
According to the Windows Store notification, the new update allows users to filter their music by genre, which is a long overdue feature. Prior to this update, Windows users could only filter by albums, artists, and songs. So if you want to look only for romantic songs, or only for rock songs, it’s now possible to do it easily.
Furthermore, it’s now possible, in the case if there are songs that you can’t find in your music library to continue your music search in the Windows Store. Furthermore, the Explore hub has been updated to allow users to make use of new and featured music.
If you still don’t have the official Groove Music app installed on your Windows 10 tablet, PC, laptop or smartphone, then go ahead and follow this link to download it. Also let us know what’s your take on the latest version by leaving your input below.
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