Nokia Messaging Now Includes Windows Live Messenger

7 10 2011

Nokia breaks pleasing news for the people using Nokia Messaging. Nokia has introduced the world’s most popular instant messaging service in their handsets by default. Yeah…Windows Live Messenger is now available for Nokia Messaging users.

All users who were missing Windows Live Messenger on their handsets now can enjoy all features of it on their Nokia homescreen. It is just like you use it on your desktop.

Through Nokia Messaging Windows Live Messenger, users can access the following features:

  1. Personal messaging
  2. Multiple conversations
  3. Tabbed chat windows
  4. Changing the required status
  5. Invisible/online mode
  6. Add/delete friends directly from buddy list
  7. Block friends
  8. Pop up alert on new message
  9. Multitasking while running messenger
  10. Send icons/smilies
  11. Direct call to friends from homescreen
  12. Grouping contacts and many more.

No installation is required for this software on new Nokia. It is available in Nokia E72 by default which is the first device with Windows Live Messenger.  It’s really an adorable invention for NM users who can use all their favorite features of Live Messenger anytime anywhere.

You can now enjoy chat being invisible from unwanted people for not getting disturbed while chatting with their friends. You can continue working with different tasks while the messenger is running. You will get pop alerts when new message arrives for you.

Nokia has just announced this device and it will be available in market very soon. Price is not defined yet. Before now, Nokia E63, E71 and E75 were supporting Windows Live Messenger for instant messaging but it required downloading of Nokia Messaging.

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