Back at its Windows 10 Devices, Microsoft announced that Facebook, Instagram and some other companies are building Universal Windows Apps for Windows 10:
Facebook is all in on Windows 10 – we’re excited to build Universal Windows Apps for Facebook, Messenger, and Instagram
The company recently released a new update for the Facebook Beta for Windows Phone which introduced an improved user interface, and some new features. Today, a new Facebook Beta app for Windows 10 PCs was spotted on the Windows Store which is quite interesting.
For those wondering: yes, it’s an official app which will be released to the public next year. Facebook confirmed that this is, indeed, the “real deal” to Microsoft-News. Facebook also told us that users that were requested to beta-test the new Facebook app will be able to login only — which means, if you weren’t selected, you won’t be able to login to the app. The company stated:
“We’re testing Facebook for Windows Desktop, a new app for Windows 10 computers. We look forward to rolling this out more broadly next year.”
Here are some screenshots of the app:
The Facebook Beta app for Windows 10 is available here.
Thanks, Giovanni for the screenshots!