Groove Music is dead and buried. I absolutely loved Groove Music. It had a great app, and a healthy collection of music. Unfortunately, that business just wasn't sustainable for Microsoft, and as such they closed it down. I had been using Microsoft's music services since Zune, as it transformed into Xbox Music and eventually Groove Music. So the death of Groove Music was a big change for me.
So, we want to know how you're continuing to buy or listen to your music now that Groove Music is gone. Did you make to the switch to another streaming service? Or did you buy all your music and now listen to it via OneDrive? For me, I switched to Spotify. It's cross-platform, and has apps available on Windows, Xbox and more. It also has integration with my Harman Kardon Invoke, which is excellent.
There are plenty of other streaming services available, including Apple Music and Google Play Music. I personally think Spotify is the better service, however. Let us know how you're managing, buying or streaming your music in our forums!
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