The only app with a notable change was Movies & TV though. It now lets you discover new TV episodes and is also getting a Live Tile soon.
As for the other apps, there wasn’t a changelog beyond “bug fixes” so at least we know our Windows 10 experience will be a little more stable. The full list of apps that received these bug fixes includes Mail and Calendar, Alarms & Clock, Phone Companion, OneNote, Windows Calculator, and MSN News.
As we look forward to Windows 10’s release on July 29, we can probably look forward to a steadier stream of updates from Redmond for not only apps, but the core operating system as well, whether it’s on the phone or the PC and tablet side.
Have you noticed any changes with the new apps beyond the bug fixes? Let us know in the comments!