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Windows Live Messenger to get Facebook integration

Posted on Friday, April 30 2010 @ 02:25:08 CEST by

Microsoft unveiled the features list of its upcoming Windows Live Messenger release. The new version will focus more on social networking, it will feature integration with Facebook, LinkedIn, Myspace, and a wide range of other sharing sites, and Microsoft also promises better support for smartphones. The first beta version of the new Live Messenger is expected within a couple of months, more details can be found over here.
* Improving the IM experience. Hundreds of millions of people use Messenger every day, and we heard loud and clear that they wanted to do more in their conversations. We focused on improving the personal interactions with your close friends, so that you can continue to connect in even richer ways with the people you care about most.

* Staying in touch with close friends. This begins with bringing together the most complete picture of what your friends are doing across your social networks and other sharing sites, and then helping you see at a glance what your favorite people are doing, wherever they’re doing it. This includes comprehensive integration with Facebook, LinkedIn, MySpace, and a wide range of other sharing sites.

* Bringing Messenger with you to Hotmail, the web, and your phone. While the Windows PC is the best way to experience Messenger, we know that you spend a lot of time in web-based email, on your mobile phone, and browsing other websites. So we’ve built Messenger right into Hotmail, increased our support for SMS, and created Messenger apps for popular mobile phones.



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