Groove Music aggiornamento condivisione

Goove Music adesso è davvero un’App Universale

Giuseppe Tripodi

Microsoft ha rilasciato un importante aggiornamento per Groove Musica, app per lo streaming musicale il cui major update era stato annunciato qualche giorno fa da Ellen Kilbourne, ingegnere dell’azienda di Redmond.

La novità principale è che adesso Groove Musica è davvero un’App Universale: non solo funziona sia su smartphone che su PC, ma è stata riscritta per utilizzare un unico codice.

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Vi sono poi una serie di bugfix e miglioramenti, relativi ad esempio alla sincronizzazione dei contenuti, ad una migliore lettura dei metadata e alle Radio. Potete leggere tutte le novità nel changelog qui sott (in inglese), seguito dal badge di download (tenete presente che l’update potrebbe non essere ancora visibile sullo store, ma arriverà a breve per tutti!)

  • When unplayable tracks appear in Now Playing, we properly gray them out and jump over them without displaying an error
  • We prevent you from playing unplayable content (for instance, if you are offline and try to play a streaming album we won’t try to play it, we’ll immediately tell you it can’t be played and why)
  • We added extra telemetry to playback errors so that we can continue to improve the app
  • We removed the app’s dependencies on Xbox Live which means you don’t need an Xbox Live account to use Groove (and sign-in is much faster and more reliable)!
  • It’s easier to tell what’s happening when Groove is sync’ing your collection for the first time.
  • You’ll see “Unknown Artists” less often in your collection because the app looks at both song artist and album artist metadata.
  • The process we use to show additional metadata to what’s in your local files is 10x faster and gives better results
  • The app defaults to Explore for search results if you have a Groove Music Pass and you have don’t have a limited data plan.
  • When viewing artists, you can view their work by albums or songs. Try it by selecting “Songs view” when viewing an artist.
  • Radio stations can be started from albums and songs – the app will start the radio based on the artist.
  • The app now shows your collection size at the top of the collection views.
  • On mobile, background art fills the screen so that it’s seen under the system icons at the top.
  • You can use ‘Refine’ to filter your collection by source (OneDrive, Pass, Purchased, On this device only).
  • If something gets really out of whack in your collection, you can now choose to ‘Reset’ your cloud collection.
  • The ‘hotlinks’ in Album reviews and Artist bios now work on mobile.
  • We added a simple lockscreen setting for Continuum. We made lots of styling updates for Continuum too!

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Via: Windows Central