Microsoft rolls out OneDrive and Camera updates for some Windows 10 Mobile devices

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Microsoft has just rolled out an update to the OneDrive and Windows Camera app on Windows 10 Mobile devices. The  camera update does not contain new pause video while recording feature which debuted on Windows PCs earlier this week and appears to merely be a bug fixing update, the same goes for the OneDrive update.

This update appears to be for devices on the development branch of Windows 10 Mobile, that is rs1 builds. Older devices running Windows 10 Mobile th2 did not receive this update.

Its worth noting that Microsoft has now implemented an insider ring for app updates, with some app updates filtering through this ring before rolling out to the general public first.

Jen Gentleman, one of the Microsoft community champions, stated this on Reddit earlier his week,

Apps now have Insider rings (just like Windows) so they can get early feedback on some of the work they’re doing before they release it publicly, which is why the update isn’t yet available for some people.

This appears to be the case with several reported updates earlier this week, including the people, messaging and photos updates.

If you haven ‘t received any of those updates, be patient, they will roll out to all users in the coming weeks.

Download the apps from the Windows store;

Windows Camera
Windows Camera
Developer: Microsoft Corporation
Price: Free
OneDrive
OneDrive
Developer: Microsoft Corporation
Price: Free

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