Admit it, chatting online is a big part of our lives – I’m pretty sure many of us uses multiple chat clients on your phone and on the web. Microsoft wants to simplify your life with a new unified messaging service.
At Microsoft’s event earlier this morning, the company announced that its default messaging app on Windows 10 will be able to support all internet-based messaging services in one place. This means that when released, you no longer need to switch between all your favourite chat applications just to stay connected.
Of course, it still depends on support so keep all your fingers crossed that since WhatsApp has a web-client now, it’ll be part of the list, along with the popular messaging apps like Facebook Messenger, Line, Google Hangouts and such.