Groove Music receives an update with Fluent Design elements
UI changes for Groove music on PC and Mobile
A month ago, Microsoft began testing the improved UI with Fluent Design elements for many of the core Windows 10 apps. All Windows Insiders in the Fast and Slow Ring were able to download and installed new versions of Groove Music, Calculator, Store, Movies & TV and other UWP apps.
But last week, some of the updates made their way to the general public – for example Maps. Another example is the Groove Music app.
In the latest update, Groove offers a semi-transparent sidebar with a nice blurred effect, which makes the app far more beautiful. Along with the addition of Fluent Design elements, Groove Music now allows you to create playlists. Navigate to the Playlist section, add tracks and save the playlist. Additionally, the app plays music videos if they are available online.