Microsoft has rolled out an update for its MSN suite of apps, available for Windows 10. The latest release of MSN Weather, MSN Money, MSN Sports and MSN News bumps the respective apps up to a more recent build, offering improvements that are too good to be listed on the version notes tab of the Windows Store.
As these are Universal apps, you'll be seeing the updates roll out across your Windows 10-powered PC and tablet, as well as smartphones running Windows 10 Mobile. According to MicrosoftInsider.es, we're looking at some minor improvements for both weather and News. The former adding barometer support, while News now features a night/dark mode for articles.
Let us know if you notice anything else that may be new after updating the apps on your smartphone or PC.
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