Time for many Windows 10 apps updates!!
Groove Music has been updated and the changelog has this to report.
Gave parents the ability to control what content their kids can access
Added visual indicators for playlists that are local only
Windows Camera has seen an update and the icon to switch between front and rear camera has changed.
VLC app has been updated with mini-player mode and much more. Read the full changelog below as provided on blog of one if its dev,
The UI has been updated to match the new Windows 10 style. It’s also faster on the low-end devices like a Surface RT and Lumia 520,620. We added some pretty animations, and also a beta version of a Win2D component (thanks for the move to MIT license!) for the background slideshow. We get the metadata from TagLib, which are more precise, and we know the difference between Artist and AlbumArtist. There’s a new option “Add to current playlist”, to add an album or a track the playlist you’re currently playing. Videos should resume where you left (was working with low success score on the previous version). We also use TagLib to get the metadatas of your videos, as requested by our users.”
“We rewrote the Search engine from scratch and it should be faster. It’s still a work in progress and we would like to hear your feedback. Several users asked for more control. We’re giving you more control like the ability to change the default home page, user rich animations in the app, etc. The Settings user interface has been simplified during the process. I hope you like it!”
OneNote has been updated with the ability to change font size.
Outlook Mail & Calendar app has also seen an update but doesn’t have anything significant to show.
Microsoft Solitaire has been update too with most likely fixes and improvements.