Windows 10 Mobile Get New Windows Camera and Windows Maps Apps

By: Radu Tyrsina
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Microsoft is always busy updating its core apps, and now as the release of the final version of Windows 10 Mobile draws nearer and nearer, a couple of fresh updates have been issued to the Windows Camera and Windows Maps apps.

Just as it happens in many similar situations, a changelog hasn’t been provided, which means there are most like under-the-hood improvements and various bug squashing and stability improvements.

The Windows Camera has been updated from build 1084 to 1088, while Windows Maps has moved from 4.1520.3000 to 4.1511.3161. If you did manage to notice anything different in the new versions, go ahead and leave your comment below so that we could share with the community.

Furthermore, it seems that these new updates are only for mobile users, which could somehow speak of an imminent launch of the final RTM for Windows 10 Mobile.

Go ahead and download Windows Camera and Windows Maps apps from their official links. Of course, there are many complaints and requests coming in from users, so let’s hope that Microsoft will take this into account in their future updates.

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