Facebook, Messenger and Instagram are getting full-featured Windows 10 apps at last

April 28, 2016

Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 had a rough time getting big name companies to build proper apps for it, but Windows 10’s Universal App Platform might finally be starting to counter this trend. As announced during Build 2016, Facebook, Messenger, and Instagram now have native Windows 10 apps that actually have the features you want to use.

There was previously a Facebook app on the Windows Store built for Windows 8 desktop users, but it was about as barebones as you could get. You were better off just opening it up in a browser.

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