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Posted November 04, 2020 10:31:51 Yahoo has announced the launch of a new mobile messaging app, Ycm, which has been under development for a few years now.
The app, which will be available on the Yahoo Messenger platform, lets users send instant messages to one another in real-time, and will have a built-in feature for sharing photos.
Users will be able to share photos with friends and family on their devices and on Yahoo Messenger.
The company is also releasing an app for desktop.
Yahoo’s messaging platform will work in a similar way to WhatsApp and Skype, according to a blog post from YCM developer Matt Jones.
It will allow users to send and receive messages in real time, as well as send or receive messages using the YCM instant messaging service.
“We’re excited to partner with Google on this exciting new mobile platform,” said Jones in the post.
“YCM will allow people to make real-world, meaningful connections, without the need to send email, and we believe this new service will make real world, meaningful experiences even more fun.”
The YCM app is not currently available for download.
“This is the first time that YCM has been created for mobile, and it’s the first of many great things to come from YM.
It’s a great platform for mobile developers to build and scale their services, and YCM is the right fit for Yahoo to build out a new and exciting mobile platform for its users,” said Craig Berman, Yahoo’s vice president of product management and innovation.
“With this app, Yahoo will be building an ever-expanding global community of YM users, bringing more personalization, better content and a more personal, personal way to communicate.”
The company’s latest app for Android was recently updated to bring support for Facebook Messenger.
In addition to a new messaging platform, Yahoo has also introduced the YM Instant News app, in which users can read news, video, and pictures from the mobile news service without having to download the Yahoo app.