Movies & TV Windows 10 App Brings Movie Recommendations and More
Microsoft just released an update for its Movies & TV app for Windows 10. The update is available only for Windows 10 users, as the Windows 10 Mobile version of the app remains the same.
Microsoft already announced the update earlier, via the official post in Answers forum. The company also encourages users to submit their feedback, in order to help the development team to deliver an even better product in the future. So, if you’re regularly using this app, don’t forget to submit your feedback.
New Features in Movies & TV for Windows 10
The new update brought a couple of improvements and new features, including some user interface tweaks, sharper thumbnails in the personal video gallery, and personalized recommendations of movies. Besides the improvements, the update also changes the version of the app to 3.6.1694.0.
Here’s the full changelog of the new update for Movies & TV Windows 10 app:
- Sharper thumbnails in the personal video gallery
- “Date added” sort added to personal video gallery
- Personalized recommendations in the movie and TV galleries
- Better download error messages for low disk space
- Metadata now fades out when you pause a video
Microsoft introduced Movies & TV app along with Windows 10, as its own streaming service for the most popular movies and TV Shows. You can buy or rent movies and TV Shows in the Windows Store, and watch your content in the Movies & TV. This app also serves as a default video player in Windows 10, so you can watch your local content, as well.
Movies & TV comes pre-installed with Windows 10, so if you still didn’t receive an update, just head over to the Windows Store, and Check for updates.
What do you think about Microsoft’s Movies & TV app? Have you rented or bought a movie or a TV show from the Store recently? Tell us in the comments.
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