A bunch of apps on the Windows Store are being updated for Windows 10 today. Following the Office and WhatsApp app updates, it looks like Microsoft has released a new update for the Skype UWP and Facebook has also picked up a new update on the Windows Store. As you may have already guessed, both of the app updates are minor ones, and they do not come with any new features or a changelog. Chances are, the app updates most likely include bug fixes and stability improvements. However, if you notice any new features or notable improvements, make sure to let us know in the comment section below.
It’s worth noting that the Facebook and Skype apps are only available for Windows 10 PCs and you can’t download them on Windows 10 Mobile yet. Additionally, we should also note that the Skype UWP app is only available to Windows Insiders running the latest Insider builds of Windows 10, which means you will not be able to install it on a device running a public build of Windows 10. Of course, you’ll be able to try out the app once Windows 10 Anniversary Update launches in August. In the meantime, you can get the latest updates from the link below: