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  • Microsoft Launches New 'Send' App for Incredibly Simple E-mail Conversations


    On Wednesday, Microsoft has released a new application in the App Store that the company is calling 'Send.'

    The application is focused around e-mailing, and it's somewhat of a hybrid between e-mailing and instant messaging. The application is basically allowing you to have a two-way e-mail conversation using e-mail protocol, without all of the clutter of e-mail subjects, salutations, or signatures. In turn, it'll actually feel like instant messaging someone, making e-mail more tangible and speedier than ever before.

    The application works by providing you with an interface to e-mail back and forth with someone. The other person can have the Send application too, but it's not required, because Send uses e-mail protocol. So essentially, you can use this application to message anyone with an e-mail address.

    What's even cooler is that even if you choose not to use Send, since you're using e-mail protocol, the messages you receive will still end up in your e-mail inbox. So this means if you're not near Send, you can still reply to people using your computer or another device that doesn't have Send installed on it.

    You can download and try Send for free from this App Store link. Check it out!

    Source: App Store
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Microsoft Launches New 'Send' App for Incredibly Simple E-mail Conversations started by Anthony Bouchard View original post
    Comments 6 Comments
    1. trevorrawson's Avatar
      trevorrawson -
      Looks cool, not cool enough to spend the money on a Microsoft Office account though.
    1. Selfmadexpert's Avatar
      Selfmadexpert -
      Quote Originally Posted by trevorrawson View Post
      Looks cool, not cool enough to spend the money on a Microsoft Office account though.
      Wait they charge? Wow that sux
    1. Silverado1987's Avatar
      Silverado1987 -
      They need to help out that 2.5 billion dollar loss lol
    1. bigboyz's Avatar
      bigboyz -
      HAHA! Looks like how email started 20 years ago. Are we going backwards now?? haha.
    1. cpho's Avatar
      cpho -
      They should focus on improving the Outlook app, IMO. I really don't see the need for this Send app.
    1. sashusmom's Avatar
      sashusmom -
      It should have been explained better in this article. You can't use any email account with app and apparently you have to pay for a microsoft office account. I don't think so! Cool for those who have one already.