Microsoft's streaming service Mixer still doesn't have an official app for Windows 10, but third-party app Mixer Go has managed to fill that niche nicely for most. Today, the app received a pretty significant update, being rebuilt from the ground up with several new features and a new name: Mixplay for Mixer.
The update takes the app up to version 18.104.22.168 and includes a complete redesign, support for Mixer's low-latency "Faster Than Light" (FTL) streaming protocol, HypeZone channels, and more. Here's the full rundown of what's new:
- Complete redesign of the application
- FTL support
- Mixer Season 2 support
- HypeZone channels
Mixplay version 22.214.171.124 is available now from the Microsoft Store for Windows 10.
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