1. Doctor_Who's Avatar
    I've been a Groove Music subscriber for years, but as we all know the Groove Music subscription is going away, to be replaced by Spotify. Last weekend I migrated my music to Spotify.

    I know that Groove the app isn't going away. It's meant to continue, so you can play your own music, either on my device or in the cloud. So, I've been using Spotify ever since. But, I was curious to see what the Groove app was like now, so I got into it. It really doesn't look any different than it did before. In fact, it still had that migrate my music to Spotify stuff in it. So, I'm confused, how is Groove supposed to behave now?
    12-12-2017 11:07 AM
  2. spicypadthai's Avatar
    The Groove music pass ends after 12/31 so until then, it works the same as always. Starting 1/1, Groove will only play local music and stuff from OneDrive.
    Doctor_Who likes this.
    12-12-2017 11:40 AM

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