Microsoft, which announced new features for its Windows 10 operating system during Build 2016 has now announced an Insider Build for its mobile OS too. The Windows 10 Mobile Insider Build 14322 is now available for Windows Insiders in the fast ring.
All the Lumia devices (except Lumia 635) which previously supported Windows 10 Mobile Insider builds are eligible for the newest developer build. Microsoft says Lumia 635 will be added to the list at a later date.
Microsoft says Windows Insider Build 14322 for Mobile brings new enhancements to the Action Center, Cortana supports Reminders and Microsoft’s Edge browser.
Here is a look at all the new changes with Insider Build 14322 for Mobile:
Action Center and Notifications: The biggest change to the Windows 10 Mobile with Build 14322 to the grouped notifications. The action center now groups all the notifications from a specific app and represents them in the form of a header.
The notifications are also tweaked to show more information right from the action center. It has a layout very similar to the Live Tiles. Also, action center now supports insights from Cortana such as meeting reminder or anything Cortana wishes to remind from your notebook.
Cortana Improvements: With the new Build 14322, Microsoft has made it easier and quicker to set a reminder in Cortana. The new build supports photo reminder by taking a picture or reminders on content from universal Windows apps.
Settings app: The new Build 14322 has new individual icons for all pages associated with them. The coolest thing here is the dropdown flyout with page suggestions that appear as users type into the Search settings box.
USB Ethernet Support with Continuum (Mobile): Windows 10 Mobile Build 14322 now includes support for most USB Ethernet adapters. This feature is only available on phones that support Continuum. With this update, Windows 10 Mobile supports proxy configuration for Wi-Fi and VPN connections.
Microsoft Edge Browser: While typing into an edit box, users will be able to paste directly from the paste button above the keyboard. The copy button now appears immediately when a user selects a text.
Microsoft has also changed the way tabs behave with Microsoft Edge. Clicking on a link within an app open the link in Edge and closes that once the user hits the back button. Microsoft says its an effort to keep the tabs list lean and relevant.
Other changes to the Windows 10 Mobile can be read here.