Microsoft makes Windows Phone 8.1 Update 1 available next week




Microsoft Windows Phone 8.1 Update 1 officially announced. The update for the mobile OS will be available next week for developers and public available then quickly follows. Microsoft Cortana also expands to more countries.

Windows Phone 8.1 Update 1 enables users to place. Live Tiles on the start screen in folders The view of the folders adapts depending on the content and then Microsoft calls them Live Folders. Users can customize the name and size of the tiles of the folders themselves.

Additionally, the update brings improvements in performance include the Xbox Music app. It will include a quick play option and a Kid’s Corner section. Microsoft promises even more improvements and would also return to the update features that were no longer in the Windows Phone 8.1 Preview for Developers as background sync.

Furthermore, the update brings minor changes such as a Live Tile for the store, which updates every six hours, the option to group Disposal several text messages and forwarding and business apps Corner for sandbox-use apps and startup to certain apps. Finally, support for virtual private networks expanded, describes Microsoft.

The company simultaneously announced that the virtual assistant Cortana as beta in China and the UK and will be rolled out as alpha version makes an appearance in Canada, India and Australia.


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