Path Releases Beta App for Windows Phone OS Devices

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Path, a social media and photo sharing service has released a version of its app for use on Windows Phone OS based devices.

The company which launched on Apple and then Android devices said in a blog post that Windows Phone 8 was its most requested OS to add support for.

Path Beta for Windows Phone will be available in the Windows Phone Store, following a collaboration with a joint team from Nokia and Microsoft.

Path Beta for Windows Phone 8 includes many of the company's core features, and will highlight Windows Phone-specific features such as Live Tiles. Users can post updates to Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and Foursquare; and choose whether they want to share the information (called a "moment") privately or just to their Inner Circle of friends. Future versions of the app will include media moments (movies, books & music), Path Messaging, and the Path Shop.

"Today marks an exciting moment for the Windows Phone community as Path releases an early glimpse of their public beta app. Although there is more ahead, we look forward to Path providing continued updates and delivering a best-in-class Path app experience for Nokia and Windows Phone devices." - Bryan Biniak, VP & GM of Developer Relations.

Path has around 23 million users.

The front page of their website still only lists with Android and Apple versions of the app though.

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