Windows 10 Mobile Features, News & Update: TuneIn Radio In Stores; Build 14310 Spotted At Conference
Windows 10 Mobile 10 unleashed a better support app for TuneIn Radio following reports that many were experiencing crashes on their cellphone when running this. Meanwhile, at the 2016 Build Conference in San Francisco, participants reportedly spotted the build 14310 for Windows 10. Will Microsoft release this soon enough?
Win Beta reports that users of the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL who experienced crashing on the TuneIn Radio app can now download a more stable program at the Windows Store. The Windows 10 mobile app can stream over 100,000 real radio stations from all over the world for free. It also offers news, talk shows and podcasts.
Windows Central reports that the app was missing from the Windows Store for many weeks and users have been clamoring for developers to bring it back. Only a limited number of people were able to access TuneIn Radio while the bugs and issues were worked out. Now, version 3.0.1715 is ready.
However, some users who have tried the latest version are still reporting the same technical problems particular when running the app in the Redstone preview, Win Beta further reports. The updated app was only released for the Windows 10 mobile over the weekend and users can report their problems at TuneIn Radio app's page.
Meanwhile, Softpedia revealed that some guests at the Build 2016 Conference saw some Windows 10 mobile running on build 14310. The latest system was documented even before the conference, but no one has actually seen this in action. A handful of people said that it does exist and have been posting what they saw at the conference on Twitter.
It remains to be seen when Microsoft will be launching the build update for insiders, but Mobipicker reports it could take place soon. It might be part of the Anniversary update that's expected in the summer.