New Music App For Xbox One in Development 

You'll soon be able to create apps too

Mike Ybarra has revealed on twitter that one of his team are working on a music app for Xbox One that allows you to play background music off a USB or your HDD.

Although more details will be released soon, it’ll be nice to have a function back which was featured on last gen’s Xbox 360.

The UWP program is open for all developers to build, create and share their own apps for windows machines. It’ll be very interesting to see what other apps the more creative general public come up with for the Xbox One.

 

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