Facebook Messenger Is Now (Finally) On Windows Phone

TechCrunch

Microsoft used its pre-Mobile World Congress press conference last week to talk about how Windows Phone is closing the app gap with rival platforms — and hammered that point home bu also announcing that Facebook Messenger would be available within “weeks“.

True to its word, Redmond has today confirmed the Facebook messaging app is now finally available to users of Windows Phone — more than two years after it arrived on iOS and Android.

You can download Facebook Messenger from the Windows Phone Store — right here. (Doing a search for Facebook Messenger on the store still brings up rival IM apps and Facebook’s main app, instead of Messenger.)

Last week Microsoft’s Joe Belfiore said the company had been working together with Facebook testing out the Messenger app for a while — presumably they were honing things like the flat design stickers the app includes (below…

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