Last month, Microsoft rolled out a major update to its Groove music app on iOS and Android, delivering a range of new features and enhancements. Among the additions were a new Explore view "to learn about the most popular songs and new releases", along with "significant improvements to product and playback reliability".
The latest update is far less juicy - and is only available for iOS devices at the moment - but it promises to deal with a few annoying issues that users of the app may have been experiencing.
Version 3.6.60809 is now rolling out, and includes:
- Detailed information about an artist will now be visible when the device is offline
- After uploading an album to OneDrive and then downloading one track to Groove, the rest of that album’s tracks will now be downloaded to Groove from OneDrive without a usage rights error
- Fixed two issues that would cause Groove to crash when browsing in different places in the app
You can download the Groove music app from the iTunes App Store here.