Video app version 220.127.116.11 (released 18 August 2014) key updates:
Faster app startup, and faster playback for streaming, downloaded and personal video.
More informative error messages for geofencing and download limit issues.
Improved search results.
Video app version 18.104.22.168 (released 31 July 2014) key updates:
The full-screen button has been fixed and is once again available during playback.
We fixed several issues around resuming content:
Choppiness after resuming playback.
In some cases, resumed playback would start a few seconds after the point where you left off.
Resume location was lost when turning on and off closed captions.
Additional fixes include:
Some personal video could not be deleted.
In some cases, restoring purchase history did not restore all items.
Certain season passes had issues acquiring a download licence.
Video app version 22.214.171.124 (released 18 July 2014) key updates:
Quicker loading for personal video, movie and TV show collections.
Expired rental downloads are now automatically cleaned up to free up disk space.
Additional bug fixes.
Video app version 126.96.36.199 (released 2 July 2014) key updates:
In some cases rental expiration notifications showed an incorrect countdown.
Some customers saw the error “This content is currently unavailable for streaming. Please download to your device to view” when playing back owned movies or TV episodes.
Video app version 2.5.3989.0 (released 18 June 2014) key updates:
Some customers saw a perpetual “Loading…” message instead of their collection.
In some instances TV and movie detail pages did not load.
Video app version 2.5.3962.0 (released 6 June 2014) key updates:
The Xbox Video tile on the home screen now supports custom backgrounds and theme colours, without the need of a third-party app.
We used the telemetry info from the last release to track down and fix a stability issue that over the last 30 days was causing 75% of our reported unexpected application exits.
Some downloaded content was not available to play when the phone was offline (i.e. the phone did not have an Internet connection or was in aeroplane mode).
Certain behind-the-scenes timing issues could create an edge case where a piece of licensed content could not be downloaded.
Some downloaded content could not be played after switching to streaming via the UI.
An unexpected application exit after purchasing a TV season with a large number of shows.
Choppiness/frame rate stutter after resuming playback.
Links to TV seasons listed in Featured Sets were pointing to the details pages for the wrong season in that TV series.
An intermittent issue where movie and TV collections sometimes appeared empty when the phone was offline.
In some cases, purchased movie and TV content was not showing in a user’s collection.
Multiple localisation issues.
Video app version 2.5.3929.0 (released 23 May 2014) key updates:
Fixed an issue that many users mentioned in store reviews where the app would stop immediately after it was launched after an upgrade from Windows Phone 8.0. This issue has been difficult for us to reproduce, so we added additional hooks to help us understand why this problem occurs.
Better error notifications when a rental has expired.
Fixed a problem with playing downloaded films while offline.
Fixed several localisation issues.
Fixed a problem where Xbox Video’s collections showed blank content after an upgrade or relaunch.
Video app version 2.5.3886.0 (released 13 May 2014) key updates:
Minor fixes and improvements.
Video app version 2.5.1388.0 (released 14 April 2014) key updates:
Initial release of Xbox Video for Windows Phone 8.1.