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What's it like to use Beam on Windows 10 Mobile?

Just because there's no Beam app for Windows phones right now doesn't mean you can't join in the fun. Microsoft's latest acquisition, Beam, has announced plans to support the Xbox One and Windows 10 in the not so far off future. While no specific mention of mobile was delivered, we'd certainly be hopeful of some UWP powered magic heading our way. But holding off for an app isn't necessary because, of course, you have a browser on your phone and Beam has a website.
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