There's Spotify, TIDAL, Apple Music, Google Play Music, Deezer and SoundCloud; now, there is Microsoft Groove Music. Announced with a recent blog post, Microsoft will rebrand its music streaming service Xbox Music to Groove music, and it will be available to everyone with the official release of Windows 10 on July 29. For the most part, the service will run similarly to Xbox Music -- users paying $10 a month will have access to music on-demand and their personal songs stored on Microsoft's OneDrive. It will only be available on Windows devices for now, but the company promises to soon releases Android and iOS-compatible versions soon. Stay tuned, and learn more about the service on their site.
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