Groove Replacement on Android?


I am hoping to get some advice on an alternative to access the music I have stored in my OneDrive. I noticed that the Groove app is going away in Decemeber. Any suggestions are welcome! 🙂

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6 responses to “Groove Replacement on Android?”

  1. Captain_Eric

    Spotify, of course. But presently I use Deezer, mostly because my mobile service carrier offers zero consumption of data when using it. I discovered Deezer is very good.

  2. Daekar

    Get OneSync and use it to sync your OneDrive music files to your phone. Then play the files in MediaMonkey. All the benefits of local files with the convenience of sync'd files.

  3. SWCetacean

    If you want OneDrive music, I would suggest CloudPlayer as it can sync (and stream from) your OneDrive collection. I've been using it for the past few months since they announced the discontinuation of Groove Music on Android. The only issue I have with CloudPlayer is that it doesn't seem to pick up metadata changes to songs after they've been synced the first time. So you change the album art or correct the artist name and the new art/name won't show up in cloudplayer even if you resync your collection. You have to remove the file from OneDrive, sync your collection, then put that file back, and sync again.

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