Microsoft Updates Phone App for Windows 10

Radu Tyrsina By: Radu Tyrsina
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At the beginning of last month, we briefly covered a minor update Microsoft released for its Photos and Companion apps for Windows 10 devices. Now, the company is in the works on yet another update but this time only for the Phone app.

Phone app updated on Windows 10

An official changelog of the app has yet to be provided, so this seems like a minor update most likely bringing stability improvements and various other fixes.

Microsoft Phone in Windows 10 makes it easy to use your favorite calling services to keep in touch with the people in your life. Skype and voice calls appear together in your call history, so you can call using the way that works best for you. With the touch of a button, turn your voice call into a video call and wave hello. It’s never been easier get a hold of people and catch up. (Features vary between PC and mobile device.)

The update changes the Phone app’s version number from 2.13.24001.0 to 2.14.29003.0. While we didn’t notice any obvious changes, there are users who now report that decreasing scaling no longer changes the dial pad’s size.

Make sure to let us know if you observe other changes in the comments below!

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