MSN Messenger is an unofficial Android-only application that seeks to remember the old MSN. With an interface very similar to Microsoft's messenger, the nostalgic app brings much of the features of the original program, such as the attention-grabbing button, the sending of winks and the option of being invisible.
While reliving the 2000s experience is a tempting proposition, as MSN Messenger is not an official application, there is no way to ensure user privacy. However, according to Google Play Store data, MSN Messenger (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.noknow.emoji) already records over 5,000 downloads by the time of publication. of this matter.
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The application seeks to faithfully reproduce the features of MSN. Users can find, for example, a sample of the emoticons available in the original messenger, and full-screen bouncing winks, just as they did in the old program.
The famous attention-grabbing function is also available. When you activate it, there is a small earthquake, with the conversation window elements moving out of place. The noise the app makes, however, is much less intense than the "scandal" promoted by the original feature.
To complete the feeling of nostalgia, MSN Messenger resumes the option of being invisible and alerts you when a friend has just entered the messenger entitled to the same notification sound. While incorporating legacy features such as customizing the font style, the app also offers the option of recording audio and indicating read confirmation, functions available in WhatsApp.
Sought by TechTudo, Microsoft has not yet issued a position on the application.
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