This is very good news for anyone who wants to use their Windows 10 device to manage their funds and save a trip to the bank by depositing checks by phone.
Despite being labeled as a Universal Windows Platform application, it is presently available for mobile gadgets. A report last week claimed that the company was planning to release the update in the week of March 7.
With robust state-of-the-art technologies embedded in the first Windows 10 phone, Microsoft has begun a new song in the smart phone ecosystem, giving other brands a big fight.
In short, the roll out is expected to happen in the coming weeks, but there is no way to confirm anything for now even though both sources seem to be linked via the email that was sent to partners. Unlike the company’s previous release plans for the mobile OS reported by Venture Beat at the end of January, this schedule separates the upgrade from the service update. However, the one in March will be two distinct processes.
Now, the beta for Instagram’s universal app is available, albeit on Windows 10 Mobile only (desktop users will have to wait). The Instagram app for Microsoft Windows includes Windows 10 Mobile support, meaning users of Lumia 950, 950XL, 650, 550 or device on the W10M Insider Preview have an app tailored for their devices.
Windows 10 mobile users will be able to download this beta of the Instagram app straight from the Windows Store for free.