Earlier this month, Microsoft rolled out a new update to Groove Music app for all Windows 10 users which bring much-waited Equalizer feature. Now the same update is rolling out to Windows 10 Mobile devices on Production Ring.
Latest update pushed the app to the version 10.18011.1341.0. Apart from general bug fixes and performance improvement, the app received a couple of interesting new features. Groove Music now allows you to add new album or song to the current (playing) queue. Kepp in mind, instead of adding the song at the bottom of the queue it adds a new song at the very next of current playing song.
Furthermore, you can now set current artist’s art as a lock screen of your device. The UI is a bit messed up with this update. You’ll find a huge extra space right below header title. In addition, you can now export and delete all your music info from the app.
The latest update also allows user to sync OneDrive music manually. But in most cases, it’s not working. Every time I see “couldn’t sync” message. Maybe this feature is in the early stage of development. Microsoft also added “Manage my OneDrive music” option which will just take you to OneDrive website.
Alright, simmer down. So far there is no sign of Equalizer feature for Windows 10 Mobile in this update. Last year leaked screenshots revealed that Music Equalizer and Visualizations are being tested on windows 10 mobile device internally (Groove Music v10.1702.1261.0). But as of now no official words from Microsoft. We don’t know whether or not Microsoft will be bringing Equalizer feature for Windows 10 Mobile. But keep an eye on Windows Latest for more update. You can go ahead and download the latest update from here via Microsoft Store.