MICROSOFT HAS THROWN UP yet another preview build of Windows 10 Mobile, which brings Universal Office apps and plenty of bugs.
The update, which is the first to support the Lumia 930, Lumia 640 and 640XL and HTC One M8 for Windows, is available for Windows Insiders to download now.
The inclusion of Microsoft's updated, and reportedly buggy, Windows Store app means that the firm's Universal Office apps - including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote - are available to download to Windows Phone devices for the first time.
Microsoft said: "They're touch-first, built for tablets and phones, and optimised for viewing, quick edits, notes and mark-up.
"The Universal apps adapt to the smaller form factor. Commands and controls are moved to the bottom of the screen so you can triage your work and make edits one-handed with your thumb."
As well as bringing Universal Office apps, Microsoft said that the updated Windows Store app has a new design similar to its desktop counterpart, although the firm added that carrier billing is not yet supported.
Microsoft's new Xbox app, which has been available to Windows 10 for desktop beta testers for some time, is also included in the latest build.
"With the Xbox app on your phone you can access your activity feed, achievements, friends list, activity alerts and messages, watch Game DVR clips, and connect to your Xbox One," Microsoft said in a blog post.
Refreshed Music and Video apps are also included in the latest Windows 10 Mobile build, and there's a new Camera app which features HDR, video stabilisation and face recognition.
The Build 10080 update is available only to Windows Insider programme members who have opted for the Fast release ring.
You might want to think twice about downloading it, though, as Microsoft warned that plenty of bugs remain. For example, you might see duplicated tiles, experience problems loading apps and data saved to an SD card, and have trouble sending MMS messages.
Hidden at the bottom of its blog post, Microsoft also reveals that Windows 10 for Mobile will arrive later than its desktop release, saying: "Windows 10 will arrive later this year – both on new devices and also upgrades for existing Windows Phone 8.1 devices.
"Even though Windows 10 will be arriving for phones later than it does for PCs, the underlying OS code is still the same."
The release of the latest build comes just hours after Microsoft revealed that there will be nine versions of Windows 10 when it arrives. µ
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