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The Skype team pushed out a new update with version 12.1803.279.0 for its app for Windows 10 Mobile and PCs. The update comes with minor bug fix for the camera issue reported last week by Windows 10 users. The new update fixes the front and rear camera issue which showed images taken upside down. This issue has now been fixed in the latest update for Skype application on both Windows 10 PC and Mobile.

Talking about updates, Ryken Developers have also pushed out a new update for its MyTube Beta application for Windows 10 PC, Xbox and Mobile users. The update is a bug fixing update for issues reported by users after the previous update. The team fixes issues with video quality missing options on both PC and Mobile along with fixing issues while pressing the LB/RD to change pivot items in Settings. The latest update is available with version for Windows 10 PC, Mobile and Xbox.

VLC UWP app has also received a new update to version The latest update adds a new volume slider which can now be set above 100%. The slider earlier could not be set beyond 100% letting users with low voice headphones not being able to properly listen to music. The latest update removes this constraint and users will now be able to set the volume above 100%. However setting the volume above 100% will make the slider indicator to change color to red.

The latest updates to the UWP applications are available for download in Microsoft Store and you can get them by clicking the below Store links.

Download MyTube Beta for Windows 10

Download UWP Skype app for Windows 

Download UWP VLC app for Windows 

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