Microsoft adds music videos to Xbox Music app for Xbox One

Microsoft has now added a new and long-awaited feature to its Xbox Music app for Xbox One owners: the ability to search and play music videos from a selection of over 92,000 clips.

The company's Xbox Wire website reports that if users find a song he or she would like to listen to on the Xbox Music app that has a corresponding music video, it will automatically start playing. By saying, "Xbox Play" when on a playlist, the music video for its corresponding song will automatically appear on screen, if one exists.

Currently, Xbox Music costs $9.99 a month or $99.99 for a full year of streaming tunes and music video. Microsoft has still not revealed just how many subscribers it has signed up for Xbox Music. In addition to the Xbox One, it's available for the Xbox 360, Windows 8.1, Windows Phone 8, Android and iOS smartphones and tablets, along with a web browser version.

Source: Xbox Wire | Image via Microsoft

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Thank christ it plays automatically! That was the problem with the 360, it was a relatively poor selection of video's, so you had to laboriously curate a video playlist. Now we can just play whatever music we want and a video will pop up if it's there.