Microsoft Solitaire Collection, Call of Duty, and Adobe Reader Touch apps for Windows 8.1 receive updates
Adobe Reader Touch, the Call of Duty app, and Microsoft Solitaire Collection all received minor updates in the Windows Store over the past several hours. While these updates may be minor, they are indeed welcomed.
“Adobe Reader is the free, trusted leader for reliably viewing and interacting with PDF documents across platforms and devices. Adobe Reader Touch has been specially designed for the new Windows 8 Touch user interface to give you a great experience working with PDF documents on your Windows 8 Tablet. Adobe Reader Touch works with a keyboard and mouse, but desktop users with keyboard and mouse may prefer to install and use Adobe Reader XI,” the app description reads.
The Adobe Reader Touch app update simply features bug fixes this time around. No details were given as to what bugs were fixed. The official Call of Duty Ghosts companion app for Windows 8.1 also received a minor update.
“The Call of Duty app provides a new tablet experience designed to work hand-in-hand with Call of Duty: Ghosts,” the app description reads. The update is also minor and features various bug fixes.
Microsoft’s Solitaire Collection app also received a minor update, simply fixing bugs and improving performance. Windows 8.1 support has also been fine tuned. “Solitaire remains the most played computer game of all time, and for good reason. Simple rules and straightforward gameplay make it easy to pick up for everyone, from age 8 to age 80. Solitaire has been part of Windows for more than 20 years, and The Microsoft Solitaire Collection makes it the best experience to date with five different card games in one,” the app description reads.
You can grab all three updated apps via the download link below. Let us know if you notice any new features or improvements.Microsoft, Windows Store