Windows users are finally getting the official Facebook app for both mobile devices and PC. The social media giant has released a beta version of the app that can be downloaded from here and can be used on personal computers and smartphones that run on Windows 10. It’s worth noting that the app was developed by Microsoft on behalf of Facebook.
“Facebook is now turning its attention to the Windows 10 platform, as it released a beta version of its Windows 10 application into the Windows Store,” windowscentral.com reported.
Features listed on the Microsoft site include keeping a track on what friends are doing, sharing updates, photos and videos, being notified when a friend, likes or comments on your post, among other things. The app will eat up96.49 MB to 104.61 MB of your disk storage. The app can use your location, webcam, microphone, contacts. You can generate code dynamically and use your picture library.
The official version note says, “This is a beta version of the Facebook experience for Windows 10. Give it a try to be amongst the first to test our latest features. We’re always improving the beta, so let us know if you see something that isn’t working by selecting ‘Report a Problem’ from the drop-down menu in the top-right corner.”
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