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    Microsoft hasn't got a solid messenger app out in the wild yet, but does the company need one?
    Microsoft has invested time and money in its apps and services for iOS and Android, particularly the latter which allows for enhanced customization and system access. What Microsoft seems to be lacking to some is a cross-platform messenger app that's actually decent — looking at you, Skype. While everyone has their favorite platform of choice when it comes to messenger apps (be it WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, iMessage, Telegram, etc.), it seems strange that Microsoft hasn't pushed into this market.

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    05-07-2018 09:40 AM

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