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GroupMe's dark mode goes darker on iOS

Microsoft’s GroupMe is getting an update on iOS that, while minor, brings an extra dose of darkness to its dark mode.


GroupMe adds custom notification sounds for group chats, direct messages

GroupMe users can now customize the chat app just a bit more with new settings for notification sounds.


GroupMe for Windows 10 PC adds document sharing with latest update

Microsoft has updated its GroupMe app for Windows 10, adding the ability for users to share documents with others on the PC version of the app.


GroupMe app reportedly adding a way to send and receive documents

A new report claims Microsoft is adding a way for users of its GroupMe messaging app to send and receive documents.


You can now install GroupMe on your Windows 10 PC

GroupMe has been made available for Windows 10 computers. It's a Universal app too so you'll get to enjoy all the features offered to Windows 10 Mobile users.


GroupMe for Windows 10 Mobile adds video search in latest update

The release version of GroupMe has been updated with video search, coming just a week after the feature made its way to the beta version of the app.


GroupMe beta adds video search in update for Windows 10 Mobile Insiders

Windows 10 Mobile users on the Insider program in the Fast ring can download an update to Microsoft's GroupMe app. The update adds video search to the app.


Hey Microsoft, can you turn GroupMe into a Slack competitor, please?

Microsoft has untapped potential with GroupMe, the group-based messaging platform Skype, now owned by Microsoft, purchased in 2011.


GroupMe beta for Windows 10 Mobile nabs GIF and Image search to spice up your messages

The beta version of GroupMe for Windows 10 Mobile (Fast or Slow Ring) just got an update and with it comes native search for GIF and images to add some style to your messages.


GroupMe for Windows 10 Mobile gains message delivery improvements and more

GroupMe for Windows 10 Mobile has received an update bumping it up to version 1.5.9. This update brings improvements to message delivery and unread message counts, as well as the ability to view tweets that are pasted in chats right from the app.


People app adds GroupMe integration in latest Windows 10 Mobile update for easy sharing

Microsoft may have finally found a replacement for its defunct Rooms feature in Windows Phone 8.1. GroupMe, which was just updated to Windows 10 Mobile, can now tie into the People app after tonight's update and it seems pretty cool. Also, OneNote picks up a minor update too.


Microsoft launches version of GroupMe texting app for Windows 10 Mobile

Microsoft has released a version of its GroupMe group texting app for Windows 10 Mobile. The app is separate from the previously launched version for Windows Phone, and is also not yet available for Windows 10 PCs.


Some GroupMe employees reportedly let go in latest round of Microsoft layoffs

Amidst the latest round of company layoffs, some Microsoft GroupMe employees were reportedly let go. In a tweet - now deleted - suggest it was some of the staff based in New York who also handle customer service.


GroupMe for Windows Phone updated to share location and more

GroupMe for Windows Phone has picked up an update today. GroupMe is a popular chat application from Microsoft's Skype. Today's update introduces the ability to share locations and some meme images.


GroupMe bumped to 4.8 with video messages and more

GroupMe is a popular group-messaging app from Microsoft, enables you to communicate with multiple contacts at once in chatrooms. We previously covered version 4.7 back in December, which introduced a new group design. Today we'll be checking out the recently released 4.8 update, enabling users to record up to 30 seconds worth of video and more.


The best messaging apps on Windows Phone

When Windows Phone first launched back in 2010 there weren’t too many messaging apps available. Over the years we’ve seen most major messaging platforms join the ecosystem. Today we have great services like WhatsApp, Skype, Kik, Facebook Messenger, Line, GroupMe and Telegram. Others, like BBM, are on the horizon and will join Windows Phone sooner than later.

We’re curious though as to which messaging platform you use the most. We also want to know which messaging platform you prefer. It’s completely possible to have a different app that you prefer over one that you use the most. The majority of your friends might be communicating through FB Messenger, but you’d prefer if they were on something else like WhatsApp or Telegram.

We’re going to look at seven major messaging platforms today. Skype, Telegram, GroupMe, WhatsApp, Kik, Facebook Messenger and Line are being given our full attention. They’re the apps we see the Windows Phone community coalescing around the most.


Prepare for animations as GroupMe for Windows Phone gets updated with GIF image support

GroupMe is a popular group-messaging app from Microsoft, enables you to communicate with multiple contacts at once in chatrooms. We previously covered version 4.7 back in December, which introduced a new group design. Today, we're looking at yet another update, bringing GIF support and more.


GroupMe brings new group design and bug fixes in latest update

GroupMe, a popular group-messaging app from Microsoft, has just received an update for Windows Phone. In addition to bug fixes and improvements, version 4.7 brings a new group design. It’s now easier to explore the photos and videos shared in your groups in the gallery. The group avatars have also been made larger. Read on for the full change log.


Vine, Nokia Refocus, Sleeve Music and more are your app highlights of the week

The calm before the storm. That’s the best way to describe this past week in terms of apps and news for Windows Phone. We had a few big ones come, like Vine, but overall it was a pretty normal week for new apps coming, apps getting updated, and betas. Nonetheless, let’s look back at the highlights from this past week.


GroupMe updated with improved message delivery, faster start up and much more

One of our favorite apps at events, like this past Nokia World 2013 or //Build/, is GroupMe for Windows Phone. The app allows those of us covering the event to stay in communication with the rest of the Windows Phone Central team. It’s great because it works on nearly every phone, either via push notifications in the app or SMS. GroupMe was also just updated for Windows Phone. Let’s see what’s new in this latest update.


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