Do you enjoy music videos? Microsoft is hoping that you do, as the company today launched 92,000 new music videos for the Xbox Music app on Xbox One. The announcement was made in a blog post on the Xbox Wire.
The Xbox Music app on Xbox One removes the barrier between songs and videos, making it so that music videos will automatically stream in high-definition when you play a song that has an accompanying video. You'll need an Xbox Music Pass ($10/month) to access the videos.
Xbox Music is Microsoft's streaming service that is similar to Spotify. You can stream millions of songs for free through your browser, or pay $10 month for unlimited and ad-free streaming. Xbox Music is also available today on iOS, Android, and Windows Phones.
The Titanfall March Xbox One update is scheduled to go live sometime today, bringing with it a host of changes to the party system and the user interface itself. Check out this video for more on what to expect from the update.
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