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The popular mapping, traffic and navigation app Waze has officially made its debut on Windows Phone 8, after a lengthy closed beta period. It's now available for download from the Windows Phone Store.
The Waze app team have indicated that the long awaited Windows Phone version is getting closer to launch as closed beta testers have been told that the final beta build has been made available.
Google acquired the crowd sourcing Waze traffic reporting app back in June for a cool $966 million and has started to roll it out to Google Maps; but there's no sign of the Windows Phone version.
Google has confirmed it has acquired the popular traffic-navigation app company Waze and will put some of its features in Google Maps. Financial terms were not disclosed.
The people behind the popular Waze app, now on iOS and Android, are currently looking for beta testers on Windows Phone. Waze is a social GPS app that rewards you for contributing data to the service.
A new report claims that the popular iOS and Android GPS app Waze will be coming to the Windows Phone 8 platform, with a launch date planned for sometime in June.
In the wake of Apple's apology over its iOS 6 map app launch, other map apps for the iPhone and iPad have seen a surge of new downloads, including Waze and MapQuest.