Twitter, Netflix and Some Default Windows 10 Apps get Updated
Microsoft apparently released a set of updates for its in-house apps, including Microsoft Wi-Fi, Messaging + Skype, Microsoft Phone, and Calculator. We didn’t manage to find any changelogs for these updates, so we assume they only bring some bug fixes and improvements.
Microsoft also released a new update for its Alarms & Clock app earlier, so it looks like the company is quite busy with updates for its Universal apps today.
Along with new updates for Microsoft’s apps, we noticed updates for Twitter and Netflix Windows 10 apps, as well. But, we don’t have changelogs for these updates either, so we assume that they also brought some bug fixes and improvements to Windows 10 versions of Netflix and Twitter.
Microsoft released all these apps some time after it released Windows 10, to serve as operating system’s default services for communication. The apps are Universal, which means that you can use them on both Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile. Since the November update, all these apps are pre-installed on every Windows 10 device.
Netflix and Twitter eventually made their way into Windows Store, with new Universal apps released some time ago. Companies recognized the potential of the Store, which has over 3 billion visits, so it could drive a lot of new users to these services.
If Microsoft, Twitter, or Netflix release a changelog for any of these updates, we’re going to update this article, as well, and let you know what has been changed.
If you notice any changes or improvements in your Twitter, Netflix, Microsoft Wi-Fi, Messaging + Skype, Microsoft Phone or Calculator apps, make sure to let us know in the comments, because we don’t have any info about any of these updates for now. Thanks!
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