Back at Build, Microsoft revealed the upcoming version of its operating system dubbed as Windows Phone 8.1. The update comes with a handful interesting features on board, which were missing from the previous iteration of the OS.
According to a new report, Windows Phone 8.1 update may brings native folder support for the operating system. This means you’ll be able to create folders with multiple apps on the Start screen.
The feature is long present in iOS and Android, where users can create folders by dragging one app on to another. Anyway, the feature was spotted on a Windows Phone support article on Microsoft’s website, which is now removed. About its availability, Microsoft said, “you need to have Windows Phone 8.1 Update installed on your phone.” It’s worth mentioning the feature will roll out in an update to Windows Phone 8.1, the the OS which is expected to roll out in the coming days.
Microsoft is said to roll out the Windows Phone 8.1 update for existing devices in the next two weeks, possibly starting with the Lumia 925. There’s no word from Microsoft about the devices which will receive the update first, but we’ll keep an eye on the news and update our readers as soon as it commences.
Source: The VergeFiled Under: Mobile Phone News, Top News