Selective social network Path has finally opened the floodgates on Windows Phone with a public beta launch – though somehow I doubt this will result in a mass uptick in the respective user numbers of either. Path recently raised some funding, but it also had layoffs last year and even founder Dave Morin isn’t denying a general engagement drop-off noticed by many members.
Windows Phone is faring better, growing its share slightly in recent studies measuring smartphone platform performance. It’s looking more and more like Windows Phone will easily grab a definitive third in the world market, and perhaps even eventually take over the number two spot.
As of right now, however, it’s not likely that its position will afford Path much additional reach or many new users. But for those already on the social network who have since switched to a Windows Phone device (all 12 of…
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