Windows 10 Mobile to Support Facebook & Facebook Messenger

Facebook may have introduced some of its apps for Windows 10, but its recent flagship apps are not there on Windows 10 Mobile yet. Whereas, Windows 10 Mobile can certainly use Microsoft and Facebook’s noble produced app, it dearth some of Facebook’s latest features such as reactions, embedded web-articles and much more.

Windows 10 Mobile to Support Facebook & Facebook Messenger

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In the same way the Facebook messenger app for Windows Phone 8.1 gadgets is relentlessly archaic and hasn’t witnessed an apprise to integrate GIF support or Facebook calling features amongst others.

At the time Facebook introduced its Windows 10 apps, it assured it would release Windows 10 Mobile apps later, and now at last we are witnessing the first emblems of that in a pair of disclosed screenshots.

Just like Instagram and Facebook for Windows 10, the apps seem to be reformed from the iOS apps, featuring a similar design as iOS with a trivial Windows tinge. This is slightly unsatisfactory as Microsoft’s Facebook app was more administrative and incorporated better with the Windows phone features. But now, with Microsoft passing Facebook over to Facebook, the app perhaps won’t have the similar level of assimilation it had before.

Conversely, if the experience is to be centered off the Windows PC apps, then both apps will be close full featured and even to direct after release. But for the time being the apps are still under progress and may develop before release.

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