Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Facebook 5.0 for Windows Phone 8 now live, out of beta

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Facebook 50 for Windows Phone 8 now live, out of beta

Facebook's now out of beta and ready for primetime on Windows Phone 8, Microsoft announced today. It's known as Facebook 5.0 and, aside from exiting beta, the latest version of Facebook for Windows Phone adds a revamped UI, as well as, "improved navigation, support for high-res pictures, post sharing, Facebook Timeline view, and more." Should you wish to continue living just ahead of the rest of Facebook's Windows Phone 8 userbase, a beta version of Facebook will remain in the Windows Phone store -- it promises a look at "pre-release software." We also wouldn't be too surprised if this is a good look into what that upcoming Windows 8 app will look like. In any event, as you might expect, Facebook 5.0 for Windows Phone 8 is free and available now at the source link below.



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