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Grand Theft Auto 5's iFruit app arrives on Windows Phone

Danny Cowan, @db_cowan
November 20, 2013
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Grand Theft Auto 5's iFruit companion app is now available for Windows Phone devices, completing Rockstar's citrusey journey across the smartphone trifecta.

The iFruit app allows players to customize in-game vehicles, and features a series of Tamagotchi-like minigames starring Franklin's Rottweiler partner-in-crime, Chop. The app originally hit iOS devices in September, followed by an Android release last month.

iFruit is available as a free download.





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