2 years in the past, Microsoft rebranded the Xbox Music to Microsoft Groove Music in an attempt to make its music service accessible to all of its clients and independent of Xbox. However, the efforts didn’t prove effective and Microsoft is lastly giving up on Groove Music and transferring its clients to Spotify.
Keep in mind Microsoft Zune? It was a media player only a few folks knew about. Similar is the case with Groove, lots of people could be hearing its title for the first time. It was the same service like Spotify however with negligible users. Microsoft has lastly shut down the service and is making it simpler for the customers to modify to Spotify and transfer their playlist there. Groove will obtain an update on Windows 10 subsequent week which can guide you thru the process. Spotify app is already accessible for Windows 10 and Xbox One.
Android and iOS variations of the Groove app will keep working till December 31st after which they’ll be out of help and won’t allow you to stream the music. And the Music app for Windows will keep getting updates so to play native MP3 songs saved on your PC.
Microsoft and Spotify labored collectively on Windows 10 app and Xbox app of Spotify. So it’s no shock that Microsoft is partnering up with Spotify.