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Microsoft Garage Introduces Send, An Email Client or An Instant Messenger ?

Microsoft Garage Introduces Send, An Email Client or An Instant Messenger ?
TrickedPC :Microsoft Garage Introduces Send, An Email Client or An Instant Messenger ?

Now a days, Email is the digital version of sending out the letters. However, sometimes, you may need to send an Email which will not have many paragraphs but instead will have only one single sentence and the reply you are expecting is also a single sentence or rather a single word.

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For this purpose, Microsoft Garage have developed a small App known as Send. Send is an experimental app that treats the email app like an instant messaging app and hence, differs from the conventional email application in the sense that this new App by Microsoft Garage “Send” will be striped of the dates as well as the signature stuff so that your email can look more like a text Instant Message.


Microsoft Garage Introduces Send, An Email Client or An Instant Messenger ?
Microsoft Garage Introduces Send, An Email Client or An Instant Messenger ?

One question might have popped up your mind, why can’t we use the Instant messenger like WhatsApp for sending short messages ? Well. you don’t have the number of the recipient,Huh !! 

Coming back to the Microsoft’s Send App, when you open up the inbox, you will be greeted with all the conversations you had through the Send App in the same way as if you have send the messages through the inbuilt client itself. However, the same is not true when you open up the Inbox through Send App . Send App  will only display only those conversations which were made using the Send App only.

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Till now, Send Application is available for iOS only which can be downloaded from here. However, Android as well as the Windows Phone users have to still wait for some time to get their hands on the app.

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