Another month, another round of updates for Intune, including an updated Company Portal app for Android, non-managed devices accessing assigned apps and an app signing script for Windows 10 Company Portal.
Full details below from docs.
The Company Portal app for Android will be updating its user interface for a more modern look and feel, and better user experience. The notable updates are:
For more details about these changes, see UI updates for Intune end user apps
As part of the design changes on the Company Portal website, iOS and Android users will be able to install apps assigned to them as “available without enrollment” on their non-managed devices. Using their Intune credentials, users will be able to log into the Company Portal website and see the list of apps assigned to them. The app packages of the “available without enrollment” apps are made available for download via the Company Portal website. Apps which require enrollment for installation are not affected by this change, as users will be prompted to enroll their device if they wish to install those apps.
If you need to download and sideload the Windows 10 Company Portal app, you can now use a script to simplify and streamline the app-signing process for your organization. To download the script and the instructions for using it, see Microsoft Intune Signing Script for Windows 10 Company Portal on TechNet Gallery. For more details about this announcement, see Updating your Windows 10 Company Portal app on the Intune Support Team Blog.