The Daily Mail's UWP application continues to improve, with regular (monthly?) updates. It's been a year since it first appeared, reported on here. I've attempted a rough changelog of what's new since then, though bear in mind that quite a bit has been changing on the back end (i.e. the Daily Mail's content servers), so it's tough to be 100% accurate here. Anyway, if you're in the mood for a bit of a tabloid read in a coffee break, then look no further on your Windows 10 phone, tablet or laptop.
Some of the changes (for v220.127.116.11) then since the Daily Mail Online UWP app appeared:
Simplified (non swipeable view) option
Make tiles chaseable by default
Rework background tasks to make tile updates reliable
Add support for video channel and video content in channel
Add support for sub channels
Support football teams under sport > football
Pin channel and sub channels to start menu
Xbox TV friendly content
Ability to hide unwanted channels
Display photo gallery and video player within original window rather than creating a new window
Fix null reference exception causing crash in offline mode
Disable optional image preload
Added Xbox detection and prompted the user to use the Xbox companion app
Improvements to image caching
Enabled the updating of profile fields
Some screens of the Daily Mail Online UWP in action today:
A tabbed interface, with smooth flowing content and stories beneath; (right) tapping photos leads to photo and video galleries, as seen here...
The tabs are scrollable sideways, so just find the section you're interested in and there's all the content. It's very well done, and all seen here with the 'Dark' theme enabled on my AMOLED-screened IDOL 4 Pro; (right) plenty more to fiddle with in Settings, in terms of how much happens in the background and how content gets fetched.
Whatever you might think of the Daily Mail's politics and tabloid tendencies (on its front pages at least), full credit to the newspaper for funding an excellent Windows 10 UWP application - the interface works superbly on phone, Continuum or Desktop screens. Here's the application in action, for example, on my Surface Pro hybrid: