Microsoft’s Xbox Music service’s new OneDrive integration feature



Microsoft’s Xbox Music service’s new OneDrive integration feature is now available on the Xbox Music apps on the android and iOS platforms. The company has also removed the requirement to use the app while not an Xbox Music subscriber.

The updated music service on rival mobile platforms comes with same Xbox Music branding and not the recently disclosed Groove branding of Xbox Music on Windows 10. The latest update for android and IOS also available.

The Xbox Music app currently works without an Xbox Music subscription, and streams music from their OneDrive folder on android and iOS. Users will be able to transfer mp3, m4a, or wma files on their OneDrive and stream it from the Xbox Music on their devices.

Downloading of songs from OneDrive and storing it on internal memory or sd card for off-line use is additionally attainable. Each android and iOS users would wish an Xbox Music Pass to stream music files they do not own.

The OneDrive integration puts Xbox Music on par with alternative music like Google Play Music. Microsoft Xbox Music users will store up to 50, 000 songs in their collection on OneDrive, that matches the recently bumped-up storage limit of Google Play Music.

Other new options of the updated Xbox Music for android and iOS apps embody offline playback support on a wider vary of devices, the power to transfer individual songs and albums for offline use, and also the power to filter offline music. The corporate additionally details ‘various bug fixes’ in its change-log.

Downloading of music files from OneDrive and storing it for offline use is additionally. It’s been said that despite the addition of bug fixes, in iOS version of the service looks to crash often. The app is compatible with minimum android 4.0 and iOS 7.0 versions.

Subrat Sahu 1Subrat Kumar is a writer with expertise in content writing for websites and blogs, press releases, whitepapers and case-studies. He loves web development management and currently freelances from Bangalore. He’s the founder of Cross Zone, undertaking the bulk of articles on technology and gadgets.

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