Microsoft’s Send Wants To Reinvent Email (Again)

The latest App from Microsoft’s experimental Microsoft Garage team aims to make emails simpler and faster to send. Oddly, it’s being released for iOS first.

Microsoft Send is designed, by Microsoft’s own statements for “brief, snappy communications”, so much so that it’s a communication app that eschews subject lines. Instead, the free iOS Send App pings short messages through to a target subject’s Outlook inbox, with the focus being on being able to access messages later.

It’s only initially available in the US and Canada right now — Microsoft Australia hasn’t said anything yet about local Send availability — and relies on recipients having an Office 365 Business or Education account as well.

Introducing Send—designed for in-and-out email [Office]

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