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Microsoft launches lightweight email app Send for iPhone, coming to Android and Windows Phone Soon
Following the foot path of Google's Inbox, the Redmond giant Microsoft has announced a new app called Send, which makes the email access more easier just like instant messaging.
To make use of this app, one has to connect the Send app with the office 365 account to sync your contact, which will be displayed on the homescreen of the application. After this process, one can start conversation by simply tapping on the contact or can send a quick reply.
Moreover, one cannot access the regular emails, as it mainly focuses on the IM-style conversations initiated within Send.
The main concept of this app is to send and receive mails in simple, shorter way, unlike the regular way which is a complex task to do sometimes.
Send doesn't show all the emails, but the ones started in the app. All Send messages comply with the organization's email compliance policies.
As of now, the Send app only works with Office 365 school and business email accounts, while the company is planning expand in the coming future.
Currently, the Send app is available for iPhone in the U.S. and Canada, meanwhile the company has said that the app will make its way towards Android and Windows Phone in the near future.