The Windows Live Messenger team has released a new beta application for mobile browsers, allowing users to connect to Windows Live Messenger and chat to friends and family via Instant Messaging from their mobile devices.
Windows Live Messenger for mobile browsers is the first application that was fully developed by Microsoft's team in Shenzhen, formed from the TSSX acquisition last year.
The application is targeted at all users who donít have Windows Live Messenger rich clients running on their devices, but have access to a web browser on their phone.
Users can view and send messages to multiple friends from one page, rather than have to jump between multiple pages and deal with the pretty slow page load times.
The application will soon be added to the Windows Live mobile portal for all devices or accessible directly from a mobile browser.