Microsoft Launches A New App Called ‘Send’
Microsoft has recently launched a new app called ‘Send’ to give its users a quick text message-like experience even in the emails. Apparently, it removes the subject line and takes its users directly to the contacts list.
The users need not follow the complicate process of going to the email application, opening a compose window, typing in the recipients and writing a subject line before starting with the email. You can just start writing quick, short note to your colleagues or boss just like you would write an SMS.
The new Send app doesn’t require a subject line, signature or salutation. Also, it displays frequent and recent contacts just when you open the app, so that you could make a choice. Additionally, you can also see when the other person is typing a response, if he or she is also a Send user.
While the application has been released on iOS (iPhone Operating System) as a free app, developers are also looking forward to other platforms such as Android.
It’s a fascinating concept that could help its users to write quick messages. With the introduction of this app, Microsoft is not replacing the traditional system, but only trying to expand its horizon. The application is currently available in the USA and Canada.