GroupMe Update for Windows 10 Mobile Brings Needed Improvements

By: Radu Tyrsina
Less than a 1 minute read

Microsoft has recently released a brand new version of its GroupMe messaging app for the Windows 10 Mobile platform and it now has released a couple of new features.

Albeit not detailed by Microsoft, the GroupMe app for Windows 10 Mobile has received under the hood improvements and various bug fixes. And, according to feedback coming from users, it seems they are happy with the release. Here’s what a few of them have been saying:

Been waiting on this update for a long time. Only thing missing is being able to add missed notifications to the lock screen (both icons and detailed messages option). Other than that, this is much needed. Thank you!

Syncs so much better than GroupMe for 8, and inline quick replies from the notification center are a great addition. It has no problem handling my 10 groups simultaneously.

Good refresh and support for GIFs. Needs basic features similar to iOS app. Allow to ability to tag people in posts.

As we can see, users are still requesting such features as the option to add missed notifications to the lock screen or the ability to tag people in posts. Nonetheless, it’s still a welcome update and I invite you to express your views by leaving your comments below.

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