Yahoo is going to shut down its old yahoo messenger application on August 5. Download of the old version are no longer available from yahoo, but after that date users won’t able to use like log in and send messages on it.
Old Yahoo Messenger is Going to Shutdown on August 5
The chatting service is introduce in 1998 by Yahoo and was very popular among Indian users then. The old version saw a decline in user base eventually, Because new servics are available with new feature and technology. Noe their are different type of messenger available online such as Google Talk, Facebook, Whatsapp. These the new generation choice for stick together socially.
Yahoo tried to revive its messenger service by updating its Android and IOS apps, apart from its web counter part last year in December. After releasing so many social network software and chat apps, Yahoo decided to shut down its messenger on August 5.
Here’s how Yahoo explains the move in a blog post:
“In December of 2015, we announced a brand new Yahoo Messenger for mobile, the Web and in Yahoo Mail on the desktop, built on a new modern platform. This complete revamp brings users an incredibly fast, beautiful and smart way to send — and unsend — messages, photos and animated GIFs in 1:1 and group conversations. While today we provide basic interoperation between the legacy product and the new Messenger, we encourage all of our users to complete their transition to the new Yahoo Messenger as we will no longer support the legacy platform as of August 5, 2016. We intend to continue our focused efforts on the new Messenger, with a goal of delivering the best experience to our users”
New Yahoo Messenger is Going to be Release
Yahoo is going to brought a completely new design and ,so many new feature for its new Yahoo messenger. The Best Among them was the unsend feature, which allows users to retrace their footsteps and undo sending messages. Lets see how Yahoo’s new messenger make his magic again on the user like it did in 90s.
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