If you recently spent Microsoft Rewards points on a Groove Music pass, it looks like you can expect a refund. Following news that it will soon kill Groove Music Pass, Microsoft is looking to make amends to anyone who recently may have spent Microsoft Rewards points on a subscription....
The Groove Music Pass may be discontinued by the end of 2017, but it seems some subscribers will get to keep at least one perk of the service a bit longer. Microsoft recently announced its plans to kill the Groove Music Pass by the end of 2017, directing fans to Spotify in its stead....
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Last Tuesday, Microsoft made the announcement that it was going to kill off Groove Music Pass, its home-grown competitor to Spotify and Apple Music. The demise of Groove Music Pass wasn't a big surprise — Microsoft never disclosed specifics,...Show More Summary
There are many reasons why Microsoft terminated its Groove music streaming service, but it's the lack of a mobile platform that is the real culprit. Earlier this week, Microsoft announced that it is terminating the Groove Music Pass streaming service later this year. Show More Summary
Microsoft announced that the Groove Music Pass is coming to an end for the Xbox One, and the company has begun offering helpful tips on how to move over your music from the Groove Music profile to Spotify ahead of the closure of the service at the end of the year.
Microsoft announced earlier this week that the company is killing Groove Music Pass. The company is recommending users to use Spotify instead, and it’s even adding a feature to Groove Music which will easily let users transfer their music from Groove Music to Spotify. Show More Summary
Spotify is trouncing its music streaming competitors, and Microsoft has bowed to this reality. On Monday, Microsoft announced it will shutter its own music streaming service, Groove Music Pass, and encourage its subscribers to migrate...Show More Summary
Microsoft announced yesterday that the company is killing its music streaming service Groove Music Pass. The company is partnering up with Spotify to let users transfer their music from Groove Music to Spotify, which will let you transfer (almost) all of your music and playlists from Groove to Spotify. Show More Summary
Microsoft announced plans today to discontinue the company's Groove Music Pass music streaming service, and music purchases in the Windows Store. The company partnered up with the music streaming service Spotify to give users of its services an option to migrate to the service beginning as early as this week. Show More Summary
Microsoft’s music streaming service Groove Music Pass is being killed by the end of this year. After December 31, 2017, Groove Music Pass will no longer let you stream music. In fact, Microsoft has already removed the ability to sign-up for a new Groove Music Pass subscription. Show More Summary
Microsoft’s music streaming service Groove Music Pass is being killed by the end of this year. Redmond is partnering with Spotify to transfer Groove Music Pass subscribers to Spotify, but what happens to your music library once Groove...Show More Summary
Microsoft is discontinuing Groove Music Pass, its streaming music service, on December 31st. Later this week, Groove Music Pass users will have the option to import their custom playlists to Spotify. The news was announced in a blog...Show More Summary
You can’t fault Microsoft for trying, but Groove Music, its Spotify competitor, never took off. Today, the company is admitting defeat. Microsoft today announced it will soon shutter both its Groove Music Pass streaming service and the ability to purchase songs and albums in the Windows Store. Read More
Microsoft is killing its music streaming service, Groove Music. The company today announced that it will be killing Groove Music and transfer subscribers of Groove Music Pass to its partner Spotify instead. Microsoft killing Groove Music...Show More Summary
Microsoft is throwing in the towel against Spotify and ending its Groove Music Pass. The Groove app for Windows and Xbox will remain, but only for local and OneDrive-stored music. Microsoft is announcing that its Groove Music Pass is coming to an end, with sales in the Store for music and its pass ending this week. Show More Summary
Microsoft has quite the treat for new Groove Music Pass subscribers for Labor Day. If you've been looking for a good excuse to sign up for a Groove Music premium subscription, Microsoft's latest offer may be the ticket....
Microsoft Rewards might be the best way to give Groove Music a shot right now. Microsoft is offering up a tempting way to freely try out Groove Music that involves surprisingly little effort....
Microsoft is offering users up to four months of free Groove Music, provided you’ve racked up enough brownie points. Microsoft Rewards, the service which now operates in the US, UK, and other countries lets users rack up points which they can redeem for rewards. Show More Summary
If you've been looking for a reason to sign up for a Groove Music pass, now might be the time to pull the trigger....