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Team communication software startup Slack today announced the availability of a public beta of a version of its app for Windows Phone.

The app is live now in the Microsoft Store. It’s not perfect, though. Slack mentions several known issues in the release notes for the app. Here’s one, for example: “The application may not handle loss of connectivity gracefully in all situations.”

Plus, some major features of Slack are missing. You can’t search, upload files, or use Slack for multiple teams in this version.

Of course, Windows Phone isn’t the most popular mobile operating system. Android and iOS are far more widely used, according to data from IDC.

Still, Slack is determined to make its app pervasive across more and more platforms. Slack started taking requests for beta access to a Linux version last month, and earlier in the year Slack arrived on Windows 10. Slack for Windows Phone first showed up in the Microsoft Store last month, but back then it was in private beta.

San Francisco-based Slack, now worth $2.8 billion, had more than 1.1 million daily active users back in June. The app first became available in February 2014.

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