Microsoft has been pushing a large number of updates to its core Windows 10 Mobile apps. The Windows Camera, Voice Recorder, MSN Weather, MSN Money, Outlook Mail, Outlook Calendar, the newly renamed Groove Music, Xbox, Windows Alarms & Clock and Microsoft Photos apps all received an update during the last week and while no specific information was given concerning the specific updates, it’s safe to assume that the main purpose of these updates was to fix bugs and improve stability and prepare them for wider use as the public launch of Windows 10 Mobile draws nearer (though no official release date has been given yet).
With the exception of the Microsoft Photos app which has been given new Live Tile animations, no new features and visual changes have been spotted in these apps as of yet.
Windows 10 Mobile is currently available for those enrolled in the Windows Insider Program run by Microsoft to test and gain feedback on the new Windows 10 operating system and apps before its wider release. Are you running Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview on your Windows Phone? What do you think about the new apps? Let us know in the comments below.Further reading: Apps, Microsoft, Windows 10 Mobile, Windows 10 Mobile Insider, Windows Insider Program, Windows Phone, Windows Phone apps