First Microsoft has introduced earlier this summer Send, the app which comes and aim to explain into short form those who share text message and email with unique way. It was released on Apple’s App Store for iPhone and iPad users. And now the Send goes into the Android Operating System.
Microsoft’s Send takes care about email by removing the subject line, signatures, and moves directly to your contact name list. When you use Send on your Android mobile it’s like a WhatsApp Style functionality. That’s fine, the Send users can work with animated GIFs, between the users in the most possible way. It can correct only Office 365 for school and business accounts purposes, even your email recipients not to be hold Office 365, they can check out easily those incoming messages through on emails.
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