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Xbox One will get friends notifications in April


5:30 PM on 03.18.2014
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Microsoft has given a little preview of what we can expect out of the next system update that will hit all Xbox One users in April. You'll be able to see your game save progress, and you'll be able to better tell what games or apps are being updated. The Kinect will see voice and motion improvements, as will the GameDVR video quality too.

The biggest thing in the update, and yet another feature I didn't realize was even missing in the first place, is that friends notifications will be added in to see when your friends or favorites have signed in to Xbox Live.






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