With the release of Mojang's new version of Minecraft that allows cross-play between the Xbox One, Windows 10, mobile editions and more of the game, the new version has been renamed to just Minecraft.
What if I'm not playing Mojang's new Minecraft?
That's perfectly fine, Java servers and realms are still playable, nothing has changed besides the game being renamed to Minecraft: Java Edition. You can still share your Realm for others to play on in the section linked below.
Q: What will this version be called?
A: Going forward, the Bedrock Engine-based version of Minecraft will be called simply Minecraft on all platforms. Our general rule of thumb is that if a version can play together with the others, it’s called Minecraft. The original Java PC version and all other isolated versions will have “Edition” names, like Minecraft: Wii U Edition and Minecraft: Java Edition.