Microsoft’s Xbox Music service already has a scan-and-match feature, examining a user’s personal music collection and matching files to its database for playing on other devices. What it’s lacking, though, is the ability for people to upload songs that *aren’t* matched. It seems that this is on the way though. The Verge reports on references to a “OneDrive Music folder” on Microsoft’s separate cloud storage service: “Meet your OneDrive Music folder. Upload your music files to this folder, so that you can play them via Xbox Music from any of your devices. You can also add files to this folder using the OneDrive app for your computer”. That would bring Xbox Music into line with the likes of Amazon, Google and Apple’s cloud services.

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