Path will finally be coming to Windows Phone


Path, the social network for just 150 of your closest friends and family, has finally hit the Windows Phone store, the company announced Friday. The app first gained popularity on the iPhone in 2010 and later on Android as a dedicated space to share intimate and special moments with close friends and family, instead of publishing them on wider networks such as Facebook and Twitter. 

Path for Windows Phone has had an unusually long development cycle for a mobile app — we first saw it at a Nokia event in July, and the rest of 2013 came and went without a release. Still, fans of the smaller-scale social network will be glad to know that a Path beta is at last available in the Windows Phone Store. The software mirrors much of the functionality seen in the Android and iOS versions, including private sharing, although it also takes advantage of Nokia’s imaging software and provides 50 unique photo filters. No, Path isn’t as exciting asInstagram or Vine, but we doubt that Windows Phone owners will mind getting another well-known app on their platform of choice.

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