Path Smartphone Social Networking Service to Hop On to Windows Phone Platform Too

March 26, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It is time to have some path breaking social networking experience on your Windows Phone 7 devices. Path, which is one of the most popular social networking services on smartphone, is planning to hit the Windows Phone 7 platform too.

The social networking service, which allows you to pick only 50 friends, is really unique in a world dominated by Facebook where you go on a friends-making spree.

But Path forces you to pick only your intimate ones making social networking more intimate, interesting and meaningful. The app is already a hit among iOS users and Android users and now it can start luring Windows Phone users as well.

The Windows Phone App for Path will roll out soon. The news was hinted by Path CEO Dave Morin at the Pando Monthly event in Sans Francisco.  Path presently claims to have more than 2 million users worldwide and is on expansion mode.

However, the popular app does not have any plans for BlackBerry devices right now and think the WP platform is more impressive in their expansion dreams.

However, top circles suggest that the app still has 80 percent of its focus on the iOS platform, despite its presence in Android platform too.

Path’s decision to hit Windows Phone platform is an indication that Microsoft has successfully established Windows Phone as the third major smartphone platforms in the market.

With their attempts to make the WP platform more compatible to third party developers by adding native-code and the lot, we hope that more and more popular apps will go for a Windows Phone expansion.

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