One Step forward, two back. How come Groove lacks many features that Zune had, let alone Xbox Music. There music service has a huge library but it sucks how to find it. One, there should be a store option where I can see the latest popular artist & albums, new releases, etc. Microsoft the severs also go out too much where I can't play the music that I have actually paid for, not good.
I am liking this a lot. Several months ago I backed up my music collection into onedrive ... now with the new groove apps on windows phone, my win 10 desktop, and my dell android tablet my music just syncs flawlessly everywhere ... only feature I miss on the android app is pinning the music to your start screen and I bet they are working on that ... great job Microsoft.
Wont open I have groove on my Windows pc so I was excited to find the mobile app. But the thing won't open!
Fails at the beginning Can't go past a logging error that says "we're not sure what happened here. Try again later"
Ok but Spotify is better Functions well but nothing that makes me want to switch from Spotify. Really simplistic and no extra features, can't even fast forward or backward. I guess the layout and design is slightly better than Spotifys.
Plays one song just fine, when the second ones comes through it cuts it off halfway and closes the app unless i manually skip a song. I figured it might of been an issue with the song but unless i skip near the end of every song it closes.
Offline playback is now supported for many new devices
You no longer need Groove Music Pass to use the app! (Certain features still require it)
New app name and design
Music in your OneDrive music folder now appears as part of your collection
In addition to playlists, you can now download individual songs and albums for offline use
Filter your music to see just what's available offline
Various bug fixes
Identify music, TV, get lyrics and discover what your favorite artists Shazam.
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