Welcome back to our weekly Windows 10 Mobile news recap series, where we go over the top stories of the past week in the world of Microsoft’s mobile operating system. Let’s get started.
Microsoft Band gets a surprising new update
After being relatively quiet for quite some time, the Microsoft Band app has finally gotten some love. A new update has introduced a series of bug fixes, dealing with several syncing issues and bugs that would cause the app to randomly crash. While this isn’t some Earth-shattering update that brought along big new features, it’s a big help.
Dropbox is redesigned on mobile
Dropbox, the most recognizable cloud-based storage app out there, has gotten a big new update on Windows 10 PC and Mobile. Referred to by the developers as “the biggest change to Dropbox’s look in our 10-year history,” the change is more geared towards supporting the company’s new focus on collaboration, than storage.
Pandora Plus may be coming to Windows 10 Mobile, after showing up for Windows 10 PC’s
Pandora Plus could very well be coming to the Windows 10 Mobile app, after being uncovered for Windows 10 PC’s. Pandora announced that its Plus features would be available to Windows 10 Users in a blog post this week, and the functionality was soon after found in Pandora’s latest update. The Plus features are not yet available on Mobile, but they can’t be too far off.
Minecraft updates to version 1.2.2
Minecraft is still chugging along, after all of these years. The game has updated to version 1.2.2 on Windows 10, Xbox One, and Windows 10 Mobile, introducing a ton of bug fixes and a bit of new content. Certainly not a massive update, but it’s one that comes after the recent merging of the platforms in order to bring about crossplay for all Minecraft players.
We’ll see you next week with more Windows 10 Mobile news!