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Fixes for certain devices experiencing app crashing also included

Xbox Music from Microsoft was a long time coming to Android, and its launch was a mixed bag. Random crashes on certain devices, issues with being able to play tracks and device support all marred the launch. But, at least some of those issues have been fixed, and further device support has been added with the latest update. 

Xbox Music will now for the first time work on Intel powered Android devices, such as the Motorola RAZRi and the ASUS Fonepad. Along with this, those random crashes on certain devices, such as the LG Optimus G, should now be gone. If either of these things affects you, grab the latest version of Xbox Music from the Play Store link up top. 

 
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Crickets.... I say its a little late. I had a Zune pass for years and all the Zunes, but then they dumped it and I found the Google music pass. That thing is awesome.

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I would be excited about this working on my phone but I don't really see what is so special about this... Most who bought an Intel powered phone were likely not bothered about the apps etc that wouldn't work with the phone.

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Vacmfuzzy says:

I'm more curious about when they're going to allow you to add your own music collection without having windows8.

Notus says:

How many Android users really care? 2? 7 Max.