On stage at its Windows 10 Devices event in New York City, Microsoft announced some new universal apps coming to the Windows 10 ecosystem. The big name with these new apps is Facebook, which will be launching a new universal version of not only its primary app, but also Instagram and Facebook Messenger.
New apps will also be arriving from CBS, The Weather Channel, Uber and Audible. Additionally, games like SodaSaga will also be universal.
For more from Microsoft's Windows 10 devices event, be sure to keep it locked to the Windows Central liveblog.
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