Microsoft has just pushed out build 3351 of the universal People app for Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile up from the previous build 3070.
There is no changelog that we can find, but the Mobile version has a nifty new feature: GroupMe support.
The GroupMe app itself was recently updated for Windows 10 Mobile plus Continuum and now Microsoft looks to be extending its reach within the OS. Navigating over to the Groups tab within the app and sitting at the top is a new GroupMe banner informing the user of the app and its ability to create groups across platforms to share and chat.
Call us crazy, but this integration sounds an awful lot like the now defunct Rooms feature in Windows Phone 8.1. The difference this time? Users on iOS and Android can now participate, which was always a huge problem for the adoption of Rooms.
Below the GroupMe section is a one for Windows where you can put favorites. That section is not new, but its separator is due to the inclusion of GroupMe.
OneNote for Windows 10 grabs Ink Smoothing & Prediction
In another update, OneNote for Windows 10 and Mobile goes from build 15391 to 15651. The changelog is the same from the recent larger update on November 29. That changelog is reprinted below:
- Automatically transform your drawings into shapes
- Move/copy pages and sections to keep everything organized, just the way you like
- Share a copy of a page from your phone to other apps like Outlook Mail
- Quickly insert a photo from your phone's camera
- Copying and pasting content on your phone just got easier
- Additional bug fixes and improvements
If we had a guess this update tonight just fixes some bugs found in that update, but if you notice anything else give us a shout in comments.
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