Called “Send”, the app is some sort of strange messenger and email hybrid supported by Microsoft Outlook. Because sometimes it’s easier to send off a quick message to check if someone’s back from lunch, Send is designed to work in lieu of traditional emails.
[blockquote author=””]With Send, there are no signatures, subject lines or salutations required. Our design principle for the app was to make conversations fast and fluid while keeping the people who are important to you at its core. Send connects to Office 365 business and school email accounts to surface your frequent and recent contacts. [/blockquote]
Send was created with the in-and-out user in mind, meaning it’s not going to replace your more detailed emails. It will, however, sync up with Office 365 and Outlook. Should you need to pick up a work-related conversation outside of the office, Send can work on mobile.
Send is currently available to corporate and education iPhone owners but the Android and Windows Phone versions are coming soon.