Windows 10 has now music and video preview apps ready for download in Windows Store.
Windows 10 latest build seems to be a surprise release as it has small bits of unannounced features. Though the only big change in current build is Edge browser new features, however, there are some untold features that are intended for Windows Insiders to discover themselves.
If you experiment with Windows Store, you’ll discover that it has got Music and Video apps for Windows 10. Users can search and download it as preview apps.
Here is what the Music Preview app description says:
All your tunes, all in one place, on all your devices The Music Preview app brings you all the music you love in one simple, fast and elegant app on Windows. Play and manage music from your personal collection and access it all across your favourite Windows device. Browse and buy songs from the Store, or sign up for a Music Pass for unlimited access to over 47 million* tracks across all your devices.
And the Video Preview app:
All your Movies and TV shows, all in one place, on all your devices The Video Preview app brings you the latest entertainment content in one simple, fast and elegant app on Windows. Rent and buy new blockbuster movies and favorite classics, or catch up on last nights episodes of the hottest TV shows. The Video Preview app also brings you instant-on HD to get you watching right away. Plus, play, explore and manage videos from your personal collection; even starting a movie on one device and finishing it on another.
The first thing you’ll notice is probably the new designed color scheme and user interface. That may seem good for those users who got bore of green and dark grey colors in almost every Windows Store app.
This version of apps will move the Xbox Video and Xbox Music from Windows Store. Exploring these apps indicate that Microsoft has plans to remove Xbox products from Windows 10 Music and Video apps.
Key updates include: This is our first release to the Windows store! We’re still working hard to deliver more features to you. With this release, you’ll be able to browse, manage, and play all the content that is on your device, as well as music you have on OneDrive or music you have added with a Music Pass. As a Music Pass holder, you’ll also find the Explore and Radio features you’ve come to know and love. Known issues: The Music Preview app doesn’t support purchase of songs or albums. For the time being use the Music app to buy your tunes. There’s no context menu when you right-click or press/hold on an item. You can still access secondary actions by choosing “Select” and choosing an item
At the moment, these apps are only frames of the future apps. These will change with time, may be in next technical preview. You can send your feedback to Microsoft about these apps.
You can use beta Store to search Music and Video apps in Windows 10, or download from the links below: