Goodbye Xbox Music, Hello Groove

groove music dashboard - xbox music rebranded to microsoft groove
Groove Music Dashboard

Earlier this month Microsoft announced that they would be re-branding their music streaming service ‘Xbox Music’ to Groove, coinciding with the release of Windows 10.

Windows 10 was released yesterday so Groove is now upon us. With a Groove Music Pass you will have access to Microsofts impressive library of over 40 million songs available for you to download and stream including artist-based radio and curated playlists.

Another feature boasted by the new Groove service is the integration with the OneDrive which allows users to upload their personal music collection into Microsoft’s cloud and play them anywhere (at least anywhere with an internet connection).

Groove is now available on Windows, Windows Phone, iPhone, Android, Xbox and as a web player. A Groove Music Pass will cost $9.99 a month with a free 30 day trial available here.

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