Posts tagged Windows Live Messenger
If you recently switched to Windows 8 its association with Skype as a built in client similar to the way Microsoft’s earlier Operating System versions used to be associated with Windows Live messenger must have been noticed by you. Skype is being used as a built in Application which is associated with the Microsoft account you associate with your very own personalized Windows 8. This domination of the Skype software lessened the surprise of the news that Microsoft was eventually and officially going to replace its very loyal Live Messenger with Skype.
Windows Live Messenger fans who own Android phones will be pleased to know that Microsoft will roll out the Windows Live Messenger app for Android this Monday. What can you expect from this official app? We have the answers lined up after the break.
Want to see the recently rolled out Windows Live Messenger for Zune HD in action which is also referred to as Windows Live Messenger 2011 for Zune HD? Well you should if you have a Zune HD in your possession or even if you don’t you might want to watch a video demo of the instant messaging app in action. Find out why after the break.
Attention Zune HD owners! Microsoft has rolled out Windows Live Messenger for their not so hot selling multi-media player, Zune HD. The Instant Messaging app fulfills your dream of chatting with your Facebook friends just like you do on the desktop version of Windows Live Messenger. More on this after the jump.
With an increasing number of iPhone developers rolling out updates for their iOS apps to make them iOS 4 compatible, it was only a matter of time before Microsoft joined them and that time has arrived. Windows Live Messenger for iPhone has been updated to v1.1.
Long Zheng reports that Microsoft Australia will be offering a sneak peek at the upcoming iteration of Hotmail and Messenger on 18th May. Alex Parsons, Director of Marketing and MSN Products will be performing the host duties. Long Zheng got hold of this news via an event invitation sent out to a number of Australian Bloggers.
Want to get an early look at the upcoming Windows Live Messenger for iPhone? No its no concept or fake video. Infact’s its the official things. Recently The Next Web conference was held and Microsoft were there as well. As you might have guessed it, Microsoft decided to show what it has in store for the iPhone version of the IM client. A video preview is available for everyone to see after the jump.
A french site who has fallen in love with Windows Live Messenger has revealed something that Windows Live Wave 4 fans have been waiting for impatiently – the public beta release date for Windows Live Messenger Wave 4. 21 June is the expected release date for the messenger that promises to bring a lot on the table.
Finally, Microsoft has broken the silence that surrounded the Windows Live Wave 4 and more importantly the upcoming Windows Live Messenger. As a matter of fact, Steve Ballmer is in Brazil to give a preview of Windows Live Messenger Wave 4. Read after the jump to see what’s coming in the next iteration of IM client.
As many of you know, Microsoft has already launched Bing for iPhone. What about Windows Live Messenger for the iPhone? Well, Microsoft is working on it. As a matter of fact, the first official screenshots of the IM client has been unveiled thanks to Neowin.