[Video Part 4] Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview Build 10536: System Apps Comparison

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It is time for another part of our Video series we are currently running. In the Video series we are having a look at all the system apps of Windows Phone and Windows Mobile and do compare them. In this part of the series I am still using Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview Build 10536 but since apps are updated individually and almost independent of the operating system it doesn’t really matter because there shouldn’t really be any huge performance or design difference except maybe in the settings app.
However you might be looking for a hands on video of the latest Widnows 10 Mobile Insider Preview Build 10549 and I have to tell you that we are eagerly working on getting such a video up on YouTube however why don’t you just have a look at this comparison and meanwhile we are doing the hands on video.

This is part 4 of the video series so obviously there has to be part 1, 2 and 3 somewhere. To make it easier for you I have linked all the parts and the apps which we are having a look at in the parts linked below. The video of the latest part of the series can be found at the bottom of this article.

In Part 1 you can see a comparison between:

  • Alarms
  • Battery Saver – Settings, Battery Saver
  • Calculator
  • Camera Button – Camera
  • Calendar

In Part 2 you can see a comparison between:

  • Data Sense – Network & Wireless, Data
  • File Explorer
  • FM Radio
  • Games – Xbox
  • Internet Explorer – Microsoft Edge

In Part 3 you can see a comparison between:

  • Maps
  • Messaging
  • Music – Groove Music
  • Outlook – Outlook Mail
  • People

Part 4 is almost the last part of this series and since we are doing this in an alphabetic order I had a look at the following system apps in this part:

  • Phone
  • Photos
  • Podcasts
  • Settings
  • Storage Sense – Settings –> System –> Storage

In case you do have any suggestions or feedback about the video, feel free to drop me a comment below this article or on YouTube below the video. What do you think are there still some features you are missing in the Windows 10 Mobile System Apps compared to Windows Phone 8.1, let me know. Stay tuned for more Microsoft related news in the future and keep checking back in the next few days for a Hands On Video of the latest Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview Build.


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