Microsoft has released a major update for Groove Music on Windows 10. Currently available only to insiders on the Fast Ring, the update adds the much requested equalizer feature.
Groove Music was Microsoft’s very own Music player app and streaming service. Initially called Zune, it got renamed to Xbox Music and to Groove with the launch of Windows 10. Since it’s launch, the app has continuously been updated and quickly became one of the most loved Microsoft app on Windows 10.
Last year, Microsoft killed off the Groove streaming service and asked users to move to Spotify. Since then the app hasn’t seen any big updates until today. With the new update, Microsoft has added the Equalizer feature to the app. Users can select from several presets or create their own. Also in tow is the visualization feature, that will be added in a later update.
The update seems to be available only on PC and by the looks of it, development of Groove Music for Windows 10 Mobile has ceased. The new version of the app has not been compiled for Mobile. As we discussed previously, Microsoft has started abandoning it’s stock apps on Mobile and it looks like Groove is the latest to follow the suit.
The update is rolling out currently to Fast Ring Insiders on PC and can be grabbed from the link below.