The Windows Phone fans can now add one more application to the list of ones that have made it to the Windows Phone app store recently. The famous Private social networking application, named Path, is now available for the Windows Phone users as a public beta version.
The Path app is now available for Windows Phone 8 Platform
In a promotional blog post announcing about the launch of the famous app in the public beta version, the Path team has written that the Windows Phone 8 platform has been their most requested platform. They are really excited to welcome the Windows Phone 8 users into their community of about 23 million, so they too can add to the billions of their special moments that have already been shared on the Path.
The Path is a private social networking application, which will allow the users to add only about 150 people on the user’s profile. Users can share with them at their location, status updates, sharing pictures, and even songs that they are listening to right then. All these stories will get tacked onto a timeline which the user can scroll through.
The application is also bringing along the Live Tiles for the application for the Windows Phone users. Users will also be able to share some moments from within the app to some other apps like Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and the Foursquare.
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