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Windows Live Messenger iPhone App Now Available

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Welcome to the App Store, Hotmail. Yes, that’s right folks, for those that still love Hotmail your dreams have now come true. The official Windows Live Messenger iPhone app is now live in the App Store. We mentioned about leaked screenshots in late April. You’ll be able to chat with your MSN buddies, upload photos and check out social updates from friends. Plus, you’ll have access to Hotmail right on your iPhone.

Here’s the Windows Live Messenger iPhone app description:

Windows Live Messenger for iPhone and iPod Touch is the best way to connect with the people that matter most and keep up with the things they are doing across the web. Use your iPhone to instant message your friends list, view and comment on your friends’ photos and status updates from Windows Live, Facebook, and MySpace, and at a glance, see what your Messenger friends are sharing from Flickr, YouTube, and many other social and photo sharing sites. Make sure to visit http://profile.live.com/Services today and setup Windows Live to bring in your social networks. Messenger is simply the best way to connect with your closest friends.

Chat:
Instant message with your Windows Live Messenger and Y! Messenger contacts on the go so you’re always connected to the people that matter most. You can even receive IM notifications when your app is closed so you never miss a message.

Social:
Windows Live Messenger gives you one place to view the updates your Messenger friends are sharing from social networks like Facebook, Flickr, MySpace and more, helping you cut through the clutter on the go.

Photos:
Upload photos right from your phone to share your favorite moments with the people that matter most. Create albums, add captions, and let your friends and family comment on your photos.

Hotmail:
Access your Hotmail account without leaving the app to read, reply to, and compose emails. Get email notifications within the application so you know when you have new messages.

I stopped using Hotmail/MSN ages ago. Gmail and other social networks have replaced “chatting”. But if you have an ancient email address you can’t part without, you might enjoy this app. Click here to download it in iTunes!

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