Windows 10 news recap: Twitter implements Share Dialog support, third-party YouTube and Uber PWAs arrive, and more

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Welcome back to our Windows 10 news recap, where we go over the top stories of the past week in the world of Microsoft’s flagship operating system.

Unofficial third-party YouTube & Uber “PWAs” appear in Microsoft Store

As Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) continue to make their way to Windows 10’s Microsoft Store, third-party YouTube and Uber apps have appeared, as part of a so-called “Windows Revival Project”.

Instagram is no longer available for Windows 10 Mobile in the Microsoft Store

In the latest update to Instagram, the image-based social network has removed support for Windows 10 Mobile. Users of Microsoft’s mobile platform will no longer be able to install Instagram on their device.

Latest Surface Pro 4 firmware update enables on-screen Surface Dial support

The Surface Pro 4 has received a firmware update which allows users to use the Surface Dial on the screen, adding support for contextual pop-out menus and more.

Microsoft Surface Dial

Twitter PWA adds Windows 10 Share Dialog targeting

Twitter’s new PWA has added support for the Windows 10 Share Dialog, as part of Twitter’s effort to add further integrate to Windows 10 with its app.

That’s it for this week. We’ll be back next week with more Windows 10 news!