Xbox Accessories app for Windows 10 users receives a minor update on the Store

By: Carmen Stan
Less than a 1 minute read

Back in February, we reported about the very first update released for the Xbox Accessories app on the Windows 10 Store. Now, that app has been updated again but unfortunately, we don’t have all the details on exactly how.

What we do know is that the app’s version number was changed from 100.1602.16006.0 to the current 100.1603.7000.0. However, the area with version notes is identical to before: “Welcome to the first version of the Xbox Accessories app. We hope you enjoy using the app and we look forward to your feedback” — even if the app is now at its second update since being released on the Store. Despite the lack of detail, this fresh update clocks in at around 4.4MB, making it a minor update.

xbox accessories app windows 10However, considering that this is a fairly new app, the updates Microsoft is releasing are most likely focused on squashing bugs and improving overall stability. With the app’s current rating of just 3.4, it looks like Microsoft needs to do a better job with this app in general.

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