Microsoft's Send app goes Android, makes email feel like IM

Microsoft's Send app goes Android, makes email feel like IM
Joining the ever-expanding universe of Microsoft Android apps is the new Send messenger now, which offers a way to make email and feel like a chat session.

Microsoft's premise is that email and texting are clunkier ways to communicate, but we still have plenty of contacts inherited from email accounts and/or the office. Send is trying to make keeping in touch with these fairly simple and with a Material Design interface to boot. You log in with your Office 365 account, and all your contacts from there sync up to the app's main page. From here, you can send a quick email that feels like an instant message, as you don't need to fill in a subject line, even, just key in something, and press send. 

You don't get all your emails in the app, though, as the whole point is to make swift, targeted messages to your contacts, regardless of the medium, as they don't even have to have the app installed to get those. Check it out from the source link below if this new way of instant messaging for old school communication venues has piqued your interest.

Developer: MicrosoftDownload: Android
Category: CommunicationPrice: Free

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