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« on: 08 May 2013, 12:50 »

In what could be Facebook trying to leverage the most ad dollars it could possibly get out it's mobile users   they sent a letter to Microsoft demanding that apps that "infringe Facebook's trademark" be removed from the Windows Phone store.  This means that most 3rd party apps that make your Facebook experience better on your Windows Phone device will be disappearing very shortly.

You can check out the full list of affected apps below.

 Full List of affected apps

Cat AppsFacebook*
AnKo SoftwareFacebook
Blue MonsterFacebook
KittyDevFacebook HD
DeepFrozenAppsfacebook Touch
Abhijeet RaiFacebook
chillwareFacebook Glance
Paulo Rogério Martins MarquesFacebook
CambOFacebook Viewer
wami appsFacebook Pro
Orange DevelopersFacebook Lite
JDB PocketwareFacebook
Ostrich in JeansFacebook For WP8
AnKo SoftwareFacebook Pro
Satvik JagannathMobile Facebook
Denham Software SolutionsFacebook Trivia
Soule LReneralFacebook Touch
Cat AppsFacebook App
casaroFacebook for PC
ProjektGoteborgAppsTouch Facebook
DeepFrozenAppsfacebook Pro
Cat AppsFacebook* Pro
FlooNetworkFacebook WP8 beta
Raju GrewalFacebook All Devices
micbangkokFacebook M
FlooNetworkFacebook  Pro
wami appsFacebook Pro
FarPostFacebook Pro
CruelGamesFacebook Pro
Cat AppsFacebook App Pro
Srikanth A NairPage Manager
Mercury Syndicate LLCFacebook Metro
Verse SoftwareFacebook Pro
SmartCodeFacebook Pro
mosko.mobiFim Chat
JDB PocketwareSocial Scout (free)

If you wanted to download a new Facebook app I suggest you do it soon before it's no longer available to download. This seems like a bad PR move for Facebook sadly I don't think any real harm will come to them from it.


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