Available only on Xbox One (for now), the Xbox Insider Hub rewards users with levels and points for submitting feedback, answering surveys, and issuing bug reports. However, detailed reports can often be a bit of a chore to write out using your Xbox controller.
If you don't fancy attaching your keyboard to your console, soon you'll be able to participate in the program via your PC.
While the app is available to download and install from the Windows 10 Store right now, users will be greeted with a "Coming soon" message as soon as it loads. It might not be ready for the prime time yet, but it shouldn't be long until it's ready to go.
As of writing, there's no mention of a Windows 10 Mobile version on the store listing, but considering the app is built on the Universal Windows Platform, it's always a possibility.
If you want to download the app and wait for it to be updated, you can grab it via the link below. If you're not part of the Xbox Insider Program, be sure to check out our comprehensive guide on what it is and how it works.
Thanks Philippe Majerus for the tip!
We may earn a commission for purchases using our links. Learn more.
Microsoft shares details of a security breach of customer support database
Microsoft disclosed the details surrounding a security breach from last December. The breach involves roughly 250 million entries from an internal customer support database.
Project xCloud on the NVIDIA Shield is almost like playing a regular Xbox
The only Android TV box really worth buying is already part games console, and xCloud takes that even further. Sideload at your own risk, but this is a lot of fun.
You can now manually check for the Windows 10 November 2019 Update
If you're running a recent version of Windows 10, you can now manually check for the Windows 10 November 2019 Update.
These 5 cheap external drives pair perfectly with Xbox One
These external hard drives upgrade your Xbox One storage without breaking the bank.