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Best background music apps to play audio on Xbox One
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Many games have great soundtracks to accompany the action, but sometimes you want to listen to your own music in the background while you play. Fortunately, the Xbox One has multiple different ways of allowing you to play music in the background while you continue to do other things on the console. Here's how to set up a background music player on Xbox One, and a look at what apps support the service. Rather than having a dedicated Xbox One Media Player, the Xbox One has a store that provides plenty of apps and services for you to download to suit your taste. Which app you want to use mostly depends on what you use elsewhere, and what you're looking to do. Here's a look at some of the simplest ways to play music through your Xbox One, and how to download the relevant apps to your console. In all cases, you need to download an app before you can use it. Here's how to do it. Tap the glowing middle button of your Xbox One controller. Highlight the App Store and press A to open it.
Subscriber Account active since. In addition to playing from a slew of games, Microsoft also allows users to play background music or audio on an Xbox One, thanks to a console update released for the eighth-generation gaming console. Whether you want to listen to a new episode of your favorite podcast or play a newly-released album from your favorite musician, here's how you can play background music and audio on your Xbox One gaming console. Power on your Xbox One gaming console and head to the Microsoft Store. Download an app that offers music or audio streaming, like iHeartRadio or Spotify. Launch the relevant music application and then select the audio that you'd like to play. If the app supports background playback, once audio is playing from it, you can launch a game or another app and the audio will continue to play. Once you have music or audio playing as background noise, you can use your Xbox One controller as a remote of sorts.