Groove Music updated with Equalizer support for Windows 10 devices


Microsoft is rolling out a new update to the Groove Music app for the Windows Insiders in the Fast Ring. Latest update finally bring much anticipated Equalizer feature!

Equalizer will allow users to change amplitude of music. There will be 5 frequency band groupings ranging from low to high. For each group you can adjust different decibels ranging from -12 to +12.

Groove is Microsoft’s own Music player and streaming service. However last year Microsoft killed the Groove streaming service and requested users to move to Spotify. Along with that Microsoft also stopped selling Music from Microsoft Store. Since the launch of Windows 10 Microsoft continuously updating the app and added so many interesting new feature.


Groove Music is one the highly maintained Windows 10 stock app. Microsoft also working on to bring visualization and more customization options to playlist. They are also integrating the functionality which allow users to share playlist on Facebook and Twitter. Some of these features are already present in the app, just waiting to be activated.

Earlier as we reported Windows 10 Mobile will also get Visualizer and Equalizer in Groove Music. But so far no news about it at this moment. Microsoft has started abandoning stock apps on Windows 10 Mobile so there might be a possibility that Microsoft may not bring these features to the Windows 10 Mobile. We’ll soon hear more information about it from the company.

You can go ahead and update the Groove app from here via Windows Store and let us know your experience in a comment below. Stay tune to Insiders Arena for more updates.