As promised in the past about bringing new universal applications that will ship with Windows 10 are the new Music and Video apps, Microsoft has first of all released Project Spartan browser for Windows 10 Technical Preview build 10049, later introduced early preview versions of these apps for Windows 10 PCs. Allowing Windows Insiders download the Music Preview and Video Preview apps directly from the Store Beta in the last build 10049 of the Windows 10 TC. More details can be grabbed after this jump.
By replacing Xbox Music and Xbox Video apps and disacrding the whole Xbox branding, Microsoft added new preview applications to the era. The Music app will let users browse, sream, play songs and create their own playlists, which will also include features like dark theme, right click context menu, compact mode etc will be soon added to the apps.
As far as talking about these preview apps, still got lot work to to do in order to get these applications to a place where they can be replaced the existing Music and Video apps on the PC.
Video Preview app features really help you try its best achievements by browsing and playing video files (including MKV) on your devices. Discover great movies new or old and TV shows in the Windows Store Beta, until then you can still get them in the existing Video App or the new web Store at here. Users can also filter and sort their collection by adding a new folder of videos. Movies and TV shows that are purchased from Xbox Video device can be added and offline played.
Try with your purchased video on one Xbox Video device and later playback right where you paused on another device. Download movies and TV for playing offline are upcoming and it also has an improved search results, where you can make reviews and cast information and much more.
Note: Movies and TV shows downloaded in other versions of the app cannot be played in this Video Preview app, but can only be streamed, which onlyt supports streaming at the moment.
Windows Insiders! You can now download preview apps directly from the Store beta, embedded below.