Microsoft announced last week that the Windows 10 Mobile Insider Program will not be getting any more preview builds for Insiders to test. Development on Windows 10 Mobile has come to an end, with Microsoft only servicing the platform with security updates when necessary. So, how do you feel about the end of the Insider Program for Mobile?
If we're honest, the Windows 10 Mobile Insider Program has been dead ever since Microsoft introduced the feature2 branch. We've not seen a single new Windows 10 Mobile feature for over a year, and that sucks. If you were still hanging onto a Windows phone in the hopes that Microsoft would have a change of heart, it appears you're out of luck.
I like to look on the bright side of things, however. Now that Microsoft is washing its hands of Windows 10 Mobile, perhaps that means Andromeda is almost ready? I guess only time will tell. Anyway, make sure you let us know in the forums how you feel about Microsoft abandoning Windows 10 Mobile and the Mobile Insider Preview!
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