The Windows 10 Mobile Store has a new interface for gamers
Microsoft has implemented an update in the Windows 10 Store for mobile Insiders.
UI update for the game section of Windows 10 Store
The update is a new interface for gamers and places a greater focus on cover images. It also improves the user interface of the game section in Windows 10 Store for fans who really are into mobile gaming.
This latest functionality has been introduced in the Windows Store for Mobile for users of the 13 mobile devices currently able to remotely install Universal apps and games on their Xbox devices.
You can now download the latest Store Update from the Windows Store by tapping the check near the updates button. This fresh update is currently only rolling out to Fast Ring Insiders but will receive a wider release sometime in the near future.
Windows 10 Mobile Store and one of its best features
Of all the new features of the Windows 10 Mobile Store, the one that stands out is the listing of in-app purchases. This tells users all they need to know about their in-app purchases through a notice next to the install button of the top of the listing notifying you of new purchases inside the app. After receiving the screenshots, you will also get a list of the purchases and how much they cost. This way, before downloading the free app or game, you’ll be able to find out how much you might end up spending down the road for in-app purchases.
This is very efficient as it’s great to have an idea of how much cash you have to pay for different purchases without having to install the app first in order to find out.
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