GroupMe launches on Windows Phone

GroupMe has announced the launch of their mobile app for the Windows Phone platform.

GroupMe launches on Windows Phone

The company is now owned by Microsoft through the Skype acquisition which means that they have access to the developers of the platform!

GroupMe said:

We’ve been working closely with our new parent company, Microsoft, on developing this app, and we think the result is the best way to chat with everyone you know from your Windows Phone.

The GroupMe experience you know and love has been translated to the functionality and design of the Mango OS and Metro design framework, so the app will feel native to seasoned Windows Phone users. Start groups, send direct messages, share photos, and check out featured groups just like on our other smartphone apps—it’s all here.

But that’s not all! There are some great new features that take advantage of the new Mango OS. GroupMe has fast app switching enabled, live tile notifications of new messages, and syncs with the Windows Phone address book. Plus, you can pin a specific group to start, giving you fast access to the groups you access most often—and the tile updates with new messages and photos.

GroupMe launches on Windows Phone
GroupMe launches on Windows Phone
GroupMe launches on Windows Phone
GroupMe launches on Windows Phone
GroupMe launches on Windows Phone
GroupMe launches on Windows Phone

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