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    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. The streaming portion of Groove Music will continue to function until December 31, after which the service will be turned off for good. Refunds will be issued in a pro-rated fashion from the December 31 date.
    To make the transition easier, Microsoft is partnering with Spotify, which will let users import their current Groove playlists to the popular streaming service.

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    10-02-2017 02:10 PM

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