Movies & TV updated with a combined library and tabbed interface
The update is available for users in the Insider Fast Ring
Microsoft is experimenting with the design of the Movies & TV app for Windows 10. A new update released to Insiders brings some noticeable changes to the original design with a hamburger menu. That menu is gone, replaced by tabbed interface similar to the Photos app with pivot sections at the top. Furthermore, the new test version of the app combines trailers, movies and videos into a single library. There is a new section ‘Explore’ – allowing users to watch 360-degree videos, trailers, movies and tv shows.
Regarding the missing hamburger button, Microsoft already made clear that if there are four or fewer top-level navigation elements, the hamburger menu is not suitable.
This Movies and TV update should be reaching all Insiders in the coming days/weeks before rolling out the the general public on Windows 10 and Mobile.