Soon Microsoft will begin selling books through the Windows Store, as it’s dedicating a section for the ebooks, revealed through a new feature discovered in an internal Windows 10 Mobile build.
Windows 10 Creators Update may include a new book store interface that will support the purchase and viewing of books in the Microsoft Edge browser, that report said. Once you’ve purchased the books from the Store, you’ll be able to read them in the Edge browser, as the browser already support EPUP format since build 14971.
This feature will be coming to PCs as well.
With free calls, messages and video chats, Viber makes it easy to connect from your phone. And now through January 26, you can select Viber sticker packs available on 50 percent off in the Windows Store.
Not aware of Viber, “it’s a messenger uses your phone’s internet connection (whether Wi-Fi or your data plan) to let you send text messages, share photos & videos, add stickers, or make voice and video calls -all for free.”
Features of Viber include:
- Send text messages, photos, videos, contact info and record audio messages.
- Free HD sound quality audio and video calls, including international calls. (Video calls are available on Windows 10 mobile.)
- Express yourself with fun stickers.
- Group chats with up to 200 participants
- Delete a message even after it was sent!
- Cross-platform Viber messenger on your tablet, computer and phone simultaneously.
- No username, no login – just activate using your phone number and instantly integrate your contact list.
- On Windows 10 additionally you get following features as well:
- Supports touched desktop and tablet devices – use Viber on your PC, tablet and phone simultaneously
- Responsive design let you resize the app on PC and tablets for optimal view
- Messages, calls, photos, videos and group chats including cross-platform messages are now automatically end-to-end encrypted.
You can find more about Viber and the sticker pack in the Windows Store here.
The UWPDesktop NuGet package version 14393, improves developer experience with Visual Studio when walking along the Desktop Bridge is available now.
The Desktop Bridge allows you to call UWP APIs directly from your WinForms, WPF or VB application. You can use APIs such as Live tiles, notifications, App Services and many more!
You can get it over here.