Windows 10 / Mobile Anniversary update aka Redstone 1 update will bring many changes in Live Tiles, Action Center and Notifications. These changes have been revealed as officially coming in various Build 2016 sessions. We have covered these changes in some detail and you can catch them all by clicking
Microsoft has now confirmed that they are working to bring Interactive Tiles in future Windows 10 builds. The three demo videos below become much more interesting now and provide with a good idea about what Interactive Tiles will look like and how they will make our lives easier.Yesterday, links of
We just reported about an interesting 3D Live Tile effect that has appeared for the first time in the latest Windows 10 Build 10102 screenshots. Now, there is a strong possibility of this coming to Phones too and in case you want to see how this effect may look on
A screenshot has been reportedly leaked of a future Windows 10 for Phones build, claimed to be the Build 10070 (Latest preview build is Build 10052). The screenshot reveals new arrangement of Live Tiles that puts them much closer to each other than ever. Compare the screenshots above. On the
While Joe Belfiore confirmed sometime ago that both "Translucent Tiles with full background (Windows 10)" and "Transparent Tiles with background on tiles (Windows Phone 8.1)" options will be there in future builds, leaked screenshots reveal that there is one more way in which you can set "Tile Transparency" in Windows
Gabriel Aul from Microsoft has revealed that Microsoft is still exploring the "Tiles" options in Windows 10 for Phones.
@imlochab @BrokeHobo We're still experimenting with tile options. Even the double tall isn't for sure. You'll see more and can give feedback
— Gabriel Aul (@GabeAul) February 17, 2015
But he has also sprung
It was bit of surprise for me when I didn't see the translucent tiles in Windows 10 for phones during the event and demo yesterday and it could have been a one step back from the transparent tiles of Windows Phone 8.1 to opaque again. But, seems our expectation of
More Windows Phone 8.1 news here. Seems, not all Lumia devices will get "more tiles option" which enables three mid-size tiles in a row on start screen with the Windows Phone 8.1 update. According to reports from Coolxap and Nawzil, Lumia devices which will have display size of less than
The above image of Lumia 1520 has been posted by Nokia on its official Facebook account. The square tiles showing Here Transit and Creative studio look odd because of their size. It is nothing seen before on a Windows Phone. It looks like equal to 4 mid-size tiles put together
Joe Belfiore from MS, has been tweeting about many issues fixes and upcoming stuff about Windows Phone on his Twitter account. In one of his tweets, he confirms MS identifying and working on "Live Tiles not updating" issue post WP7.8 update.
Another tweet is about improvement coming in future updates for "other storage"