Buy one month of Groove Music, get three free

Costea Lestoc By: Costea Lestoc
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Grove Music, previously known as Zune Music and Xbox Music, is a digital music streaming service developed by Microsoft with a paid subscription music streaming model. The service is web-based and also available via applications for iOS, Android, Xbox 360, Xbox One and even Sonos devices. The application comes with over 38 million tracks available for $9.99 per month, or $99.99 per year.

Microsoft is adding a new feature to its Groove Music Streaming Service: AI-curated playlists that will help you to discover new songs and add them to your own playlist, similar to the runaway success of Spotify’s Discover Weekly. In addition, the American multinational technology company headquartered in Redmond, Washington is now offering three months of free music via its Groove Music Application to anyone who purchases a Groove Music Pass for one month.

However, this offer is only available for a limited time. According to Microsoft, this deal will end on August 17, 2016, which means that you still have a good amount of time to take advantage of it. Just keep in mind that while the application can be downloaded to up to four devices, you’ll only be able to stream from at a time.

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