Build 2017 is over and Microsoft has announced the new design language for Windows 10, the Fluent Design System. Coming to end users with the Fall Creators Update, the new design language looks sexy and has garnered a lot of attention. The stock apps will also receive the Fluent Design treatment and today Groove Music just got another taste of it.
Groove was the first app to get the NEON treatment months ago and today it has got a second update that improves it. Available currently for Windows 10 Mobile insiders on the fast ring for now, the update introduces an acrylic blur on the hamburger menu, much akin to the one for the Movies & TV app.
Microsoft may have side-lined Windows 10 Mobile but it sure looks like they haven’t fully buried it yet. With the continuous influx of app and OS update, our beloved phone OS might get a taste of the Fluent Design after all.
Download the update from here.