Microsoft just released the new build 14342 for Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview. A week after the build was released to Windows 10 Preview for PC, Insiders on the Fast ring are now also able to download it on their mobile devices.
Build 14342 for Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview has the same number as the PC version, and it also brought some identical features to the mobile platform.
Just like it did on PCs, Microsoft brought swipe navigation to Edge in Windows 10 Mobile, so users are now able to navigate through pages easier.
Also, the new build brought ‘Apps for websites‘ to Windows 10 Mobile, a feature which allows you to open a website with a certain app, for better performance. This feature isn’t functional yet, as there are no apps that currently support this feature, but Microsoft should introduce some in the future builds.
And finally, the latest build brought a couple of improvements to the Feedback Hub in Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview. From now on, when you create a new feedback, the Feedback Hub will show you recommended categories or subcategories for your feedback, based on the title.
Besides a couple of new features, Microsoft also announced that it added a couple of new devices to “devices capable of receiving updates from our Development Branch,” including Lumia Icon, BLU Win HD LTE 150e, and BLU Win JR 130e.
As always, Microsoft included a list of known issues and improvements in the announcement of the new build. So, before installing a new build, make sure to check out this list, in order to know what to expect in the new build. You can see the full list of known issues and improvements in Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview build here.
Microsoft’s list of known issues often isn’t enough to give you a realistic impression about problems in the build, as users usually report more problems. So, we’re going to write a report with all user-reported problems soon, to introduce you to all problems of the latest build.
If you already installed build 14342 for Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview, and you encountered some problems, please let us know in the comments, so we can include your issue in our report article.
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