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We had reported in our previous article that Microsoft is working on a new set of features for its Windows 10 Photos App for PCs. Today the company has released a new update for its Windows 10 Photos app available for Insiders in the Fast Ring.

The latest Fast Ring update comes with lot of new features reported earlier last week. The update has bumped the app to new version 2018.18011.10610.0. The update brings a new Pop up “Photo is all this” to the Application. The new pop up will appear once you open the Photos app after updating revealing all the main features of the Microsoft Photos application.

Users will now find a new Item Preview” option in the settings menu which helps users to import images from a mobile device via WiFi. Adding animated text on the photo is now possible with the latest update letting users to insert a text box on the photo. The “Add animated text” option is available in the Edit and Create Sub menu along with the already existing “Edit”, “Draw” and “Create a video with text”.

The Video editor has received some improvements with the addition of new “Project Catalog” and “Story board” options. With the Project Catalog you will now be able to change the name of the video directly from the editor screen by clicking on the pencil icon next to the name at the top left.

As reported above this new Photos App update is available only for Windows Insiders enrolled in the Fast Ring and should be pushed out to all users after successful testing in the coming days or weeks.

To download the latest Microsoft Photos app update you would need to be on Fast Ring and clicking this Store link. Do let us know your thoughts of the new features released in the comments below.

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