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Microsoft Xbox Music Becomes ‘Groove’ In Windows 10

Microsoft Xbox Music Becomes ‘Groove’ In Windows 10

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Xbox Music will not be a part of Windows 10 since Microsoft has renamed the service ‘Groove’. Groove will be available in Windows 10 PCs on July 29 and it will be a part of the next preview build for Windows Insiders. Anyone who has an existing Xbox Music Pass will automatically receive a Groove Music Pass.

The music service will be available for $9.99 or $99 per year for new customers.

Some people have noted Groove and Groove Music Pass use the same name as Groove: Smart Music Player, a music app, that’s on iOS, Windows 8, and Windows Phone. From what we can tell, there is no connection between Microsoft Groove and Zikera, the startup responsible for the music player app.

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