Facebook App for Windows 10 Mobile Gets Officially Released

By: Radu Tyrsina
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The Facebook app for Windows 10 Mobile users is now officially out of beta and is available in its final form for download. Therefore, if you have been annoyed by various bugs and glitches, now is the moment to get the final version on your mobile devices.

Thus, after a few weeks of beta testing, the Windows 10 Mobile version is now ready for prime time. You will know that this is the final version by the number 10.1. Windows Phone 8.1 users still have the old version number of 8.3.7.0.

You should also know that there are no new published change logs, which means that officially there are no new features and options. However, there are plenty of bugs that have been squashed, there’s no doubt about it.

Still, there might be various other problems related even to a final version, so if you encounter some, go ahead and let us know what exactly has not been working for you by leaving your input below.

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