Ed Sheeran’s Divide is now available to stream via Microsoft’s Groove Music

Interested in streaming Ed Sheeran’s new album on your Windows PC, Mobile device or on your Xbox? Ed Sheeran’s “Divide” is now available on Microsoft’s online store.

The album features songs like the popular “Castle on the Hill”, the overplayed “Shape of you” and “Dive” among other hits. If you’re a paying Groove Music Pass subscriber, you’ll be able to listen to it and add it to your collection as part of your subscription benefits. Furthermore, even if you’re not a Windows 10 Mobile or Windows 10 PC user, you’ll still be able to listen to it on your Android or iPhone via Microsoft’s regularly updated Groove app for free.

Otherwise, it’ll set you back £12.99 or $12.99 as a purchase in the Windows Store – after which you’ll be able to store it on OneDrive and sync it to all your devices anyway.

Microsoft’s Groove just received an update for Windows and iPhone users to unlock functionality which lets users who aren’t subscribed to Groove’s Music Pass preview songs that they ordinarily wouldn’t have access to, if you’re interested in this and don’t want to get a  trial you can use that feature to see what you’re missing. While Android users don’t yet have access to this feature, it is expected to roll out shortly.

Ed Sheeran’s Divide is available at this link from Microsoft.

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