The standalone app manufactured by the Microsoft Garage is available in US and Canada only for now.
Today Microsoft launched a new app called Send for iPhone users only. The app Send allows users to send instant email much like instant messaging and can be downloaded from the app store in the US and Canada currently, although Microsoft has announced it will be launching new stuff on the Android and Windows Phone
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According to Microsoft the app Send was invented to help in sending instant and snappy messages to co-workers. Microsoft probably doesn’t want to change the mainstream design of its main Outlook app therefore it came up with a new one which can deal with subject lines and signatures in short forms of conversations.
Microsoft shared Send is not for sharing notes from meetings but it can be utilized to send messages such as a co-worker is running late or to ask simple questions such as where a particular meeting is being held.
Send does resemble instant messaging but it is also linked to the Outlook account so it delivers messages through email addresses rather than mobile numbers. However only messages will be visible in the Send app, while all the instant message sent through Send will be visible in the Outlook app. Additionally Send will also be linked to the Office 365 app.
Send was manufactured by the Microsoft Garage the software lab for the tech giant company and is the latest in a long list of apps released by the company.
Since it is a Microsoft Garage product Send may never be officiated as an official Microsoft product but may prove to be productive in the Microsoft realm. Previously the Microsoft Garage launched apps such as Tossup, Snipp3t, Next Lock Screen and Journeys & Notes.
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Send is available to download from App Store for iPhone in the U.S. and Canada, and is coming soon to Windows Phone and Android phones.