In a continued modern gold rush, streaming services are popping up left right and centre. We already have the original, ready salted Spotify, artist-owned Tidal, latecomer favourites Apple Music, and even rumblings of Facebook Music on the horizon.

Now it seems Microsoft are going to attempt to muscle in on the music streaming game, as the company detailed in a recent blog post. The pre-existing Xbox Music will be rebranded as Groove Music and will be available to anyone on Windows 10, following its official release on on 29th July; it'll cost you $10 per month for access to music on-demand, as well as your own music stored on Microsoft's OneDrive and even songs purchased on iTunes. Groove is also "coming soon" to Android and iOS.

In the meantime, learn more about Groove Music from its site.