Groove Music and Movies & TV are both now at version 3.6.1239.0 with today's updates. For Groove Music, the now has a Live Tile on Windows Phone, which you can see in action below. The Windows Store also lists the following changes, though we're uncertain if the changelog is new:
- Gave parents the ability to control what content their kids can access
- Added visual indicators for playlists that are local only
- Minor fixes and improvements
Movies & TV on the other hand appears to have added new sections to each title showing similar movies and TV shows you may be interested in:
- Movie and TV pages now include similar movies and TV shows so you can easily find new favorites right in the app.
- Minor fixes and improvements throughout the app.
Since the apps are universal, you'll be able to nab these on both Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile. To grab the updates, you can hit up the Windows Store links below. And, as always, if you happen to spot anything new that we missed, be sure to let us know in the comments below!
Thanks to Kavi for the tip!
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