Groove Music latest update brings Your Groove feature to all Insiders

John White By: John White
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Most might not have noticed it, but there’s something new about Groove Music for Windows 10. Microsoft added a feature called Your Groove, and it is all about giving the user a spot where they can find music centered around them.

The feature was only available to users who are a part of the Windows 10 Insider Fast Ring, but now the software giant has made it available to those on the Release Preview and Slow Rings. This move bumps the app version to 3.6.2303.0.

Here’s the full rundown about Your Groove for Groove Music:

Introducing Your Groove, the place for music that is centered around you, what you like, and your listening habits. This is where you’ll not only find your recently played items, but also brand new automatically curated recommended playlists built just for your taste. They update often to always give you fresh recommendations, but you can save a copy any time to edit, download or just save to listen to later. For more information on this new feature, check out the post here.

This is an interesting feature that’s being welcomed by many fans of the app and Windows 10 in general. However, we’d rather if the Groove Music team spent quality time on upping the ante with the design — it’s not the best and definitely needs some improvement

To be honest, the all-in-one Windows Media Player is still miles better than Groove Music and the Movies & TV app combined. We can only hope the software giant never ends support of Windows Media Player in favor of these Windows Store apps.

If you’re not into Windows Media Player or the Groove Music app, then chances are the new VLC UWP app for Windows 10 devices might get you excited. It’s nice little app — just don’t go in looking for the full VLC experience.

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