Update: It seems like Microsoft provided an incorrect changelog on the Feedback Hub regarding the new feature. It seems like this feature may not come to PC or Mobile in the future, but we will let you know if it ever ends up coming to those devices.
Original article follows below.
Microsoft finally brought back music videos to Groove Music on the Xbox One yesterday. Today, the company is also bringing the feature to other Windows 10 devices — starting with PCs and Mobile devices.
If you own Groove Music Pass, you can now watch the music videos for certain songs within your Windows 10 PC or Mobile device which is pretty neat. However, do keep in mind that music videos aren’t available for every song in Groove Music — at the moment, there isn’t any graphical element that indicates if a song has a music video, so you essentially have to start playing the song to see whether it has a music video or not.
At the moment, this feature is only available for Windows Insiders — so Microsoft will likely improve it further before rolling it out to all Windows 10 users. once again, music videos are only available to Groove Music Pass users, which also means you won’t be seeing music videos for songs you have in your OneDrive library. If you’d like to subscribe to Music Pass, you can do so here.
You can get the latest update (version 10.16112.1015) for Groove Music from the link below if you are an Insider: