groove 2 month after


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Well they told us generally 2 months before they did it, but now its official 2 months after the fact. Are they updating this app anymore? or will they go back to wmp 12.

Comments (6)

6 responses to “groove 2 month after”

  1. stevenlack

    They've said multiple times Groove isn't dying, just the streaming service. They added a whole bunch of features recently.

  2. moruobai

    lol still working on adding a visualizer?!?!!

    come on now. winamp 2 was better. just kill it already.

  3. Lauren Glenn

    It took a while for OneDrive to populate mine, but I loaded in all my music files to OneDrive into a newly created Music folder (since I deleted the old one). After a few days, all the files showed up in Groove.

    If anything, that's probably it's best feature since it has no real DSP features like Player Pro does on Android. It's just a dumber version of Windows Media Player.