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The release brings a ton of new features and improvements that Microsoft claims many of its users have been asking for, including a complete overhaul of the user interface, improved navigation, support for high-resolution pictures, post sharing, Facebook Timeline view, and so on. We’re working on grabbing the full changelog from one of our devices now.
Microsoft says Facebook 5.0 for Windows Phone 8 is the first big dividend of its new Facebook beta program the company launched back at the end of April. Anyone willing to help the company test the latest and greatest Facebook features coming to its mobile platform can grab the beta from the Windows Phone Store.
For those who don’t know, Microsoft (just like BlackBerry) develops the Facebook app for its mobile platform. This is simply the reality of not being first or second in the mobile industry: Facebook doesn’t want to build for your platform unless it’s Android or iOS.
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Source: Associated Press
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