Windows Store Update in Windows 10 Organizes Music in a Single Section

Radu Tyrsina By: Radu Tyrsina
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The released of the revamped Windows Store in Windows is right around the corner and there are many areas which Microsoft needs to improve badly. One such minor improvement is better organization of different app types on the Windows Store.
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Microsoft has recently announced that it will be introducing a new Music section in Windows Store. Those of you who have installed the Technical Preview of Windows 10 and are updating to the latest versions are probably already running this new revamped version of the Windows Store.
The new Music section in the Windows Store allows users to browse through new albums and top songs, and they are also of course allowed to purchase them, if they so desire. Microsoft is still working on this new feature and they said a future update will also bring the option to auto-download songs to the Music section. At the moment it is only available to users in the US, Canada, Australia, Ireland, United Kingdom, and New Zealand.

Furthermore, owners of a Xbox Music Pass subscription will be able to add music to the collection directly from within the Music app. This sounds like a great new feature and my personal guess is that Microsoft is finally trying to take on giants iTunes and Play Store with such functionality. We can only hope that they will be able to do it in the proper way.

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