Today, Microsoft has officially released the new 3.1 update for the Zune, which comes with a few major additions such as four new games as well as some general improvements.
First, let’s begin with the new game updates. Checkers, Sudoku, Space Battle, and a multiplayer version as well as a single player mode of Texas Hold’em have all been made available for free. Apple has many more games available, but some of them cost money. I’m sure Zune users will be happy to know that they can get some free high quality games. The above picture of what the Texas Hold’em splash screen would look like on the Zune.
Microsoft updated the Zune Social aspect of the Zune by fixing up the service to make it easier for their users to navigate around. In addition, they added a new feature which figures out how the music you frequently listen to compares with the music of your friends.
On a not so interesting note, Microsoft also improved upon the play count feature and when you go to synchronize your content between the PC and the Zune – overall adding more stability. To get this update now, you want go on the Zune software for your computer, go to settings and then check for updates.
Via [Zune Insider]