Microsoft Corporation has launched a new app which is a standalone app and can be used for instant short emails. Microsoft launches send, an app for short e-mails named as “Send”. Send is an app used for quick-to-go messaging services, similar to Messenger app by Facebook for mobile.
Send is available for iPhone in the U.S. and Canada, and is coming soon to Windows Phone and Android phones.
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This app can be used as an alternative to short messages, for the contacts of Outlook. This will make interaction easy between coworkers. Users will not need to have recipient’s phone number to complete the connection. They will not have to fill subject or signature but only a short email body along with email address.When a user types a response to a message, the other person will be able to see that a response is on the way. The app also allows users to choose from pre-programmed text inputs, if they do not have enough time to type the message.
Microsoft is too smart to let one product cannibalize the other. The Send app is, in fact, connected to the Outlook app.
The conversation can be seen as a threaded view much similar to the messaging service. It will make people and co-workers to be in contact at any time with an ease of Outlook contacts and short mailing service.