Microsoft Introduce Groove Streaming Service With Windows 10

Microsoft have announced that with the launch of their new OS Windows 10 they will be introducing a streaming service named Groove.

Groove will essentially be a rebrand of their current service Xbox Music with existing Xbox Music Pass subscriptions being automatically converted to a Groove Music Pass.

Users of the service will be able to use Microsoft’s OneDrive to upload their music libraries for access on Windows Phone and Xbox as well as PCs with plans for iPhone and Android support in the near future.

Microsoft says Groove has over 40 million tracks and a subscription will cost $9.99 a month or $99 a year.

Groove Music's welcome page
Groove Music’s welcome page
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