Here’s what’s new in Windows 10 Mobile build 15025

Kit McDonald


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After yesterday’s preview release, the Windows 10 Insider Preview build 15025 for Mobile has been released to the Fast ring. While it wasn’t a big game changer for Windows 10 Phones, it still has a few features to toy with as we move forward to April’s Creators Update.

Microsoft Edge Additions – The EPUB reader for Microsoft’s favorite browser has continued to grow with conjunction to the Windows 10 version. Microsoft Edge will be the platform for ebooks bought from the Windows Store. Now it will also be able to read to you in 24 different languages through your phone to go hand in hand with the preview release yesterday on PC. Edge also got some colorful emoji to replace those boring black and white ones by default.

Collections in Feedback Hub – The problem with many feedback forums can be that users will duplicate similar responses. Microsoft has targeted his issue with the Collections feature in the Feedback Hub app on Windows 10 Mobile phones. This way, similar issues and opinions can be clumped together into an easier to address the forum. Read more about it here.

Ease of Access Mono Audio Setting – Another change that might seem minor but plays a big impact on accessibility is the addition of mono audio to the Windows 10 Phone. This is particularly important for users that can only use one ear or headphone while they are multitasking. Something which we’re sure most people on the go love to do.

No build is perfect, and neither is the Windows 10 Insiders Preview build 15025 for Mobile. Read more about what’s been fixed and known issues here at OnMSFT.