Windows 10 Mobile Build 14327 brings back app update notifications for the Store

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Today, Microsoft released Windows 10 Mobile Build 14327 to Windows Insiders. The latest build of Windows 10 Mobile includes a few new features, including Messaging Everywhere and improvements for Cortana. The build also includes a really nice feature which Microsoft didn’t note in the official blog post: app update/install notifications from the Windows Store. Yep, the Windows Store will finally notify you when there are updates available, and when an app has been installed or updated.

This is one of the features that were available in Windows Phone 8.1 – however, Microsoft removed it in Windows 10 Mobile, and now, it’s finally back. Of course, this is nothing major, but it’s definitely a really nice addition. As we previously reported, Microsoft will be rolling out a lot of updates for the Windows Store in the coming months, which are looking pretty sweet already. As per usual, we will let you know when there is more news on Windows 10 Mobile or the Windows Store, until then, tell us what you think of this new feature in the comment section below.

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