New York : Thanks to a new app from Microsoft, now you won't have to go through a tedious process to send an email from your phone.
The app called Send makes email more like SMS by removing the subject line and taking you directly to your contacts list.
Currently, you have to open the email, then open a compose window, type your contact into the recipient field, and finally write a subject line before you even really get to your message.
Also, you probably have many email contacts without a phone number in your address book.
Now, Send gives you the benefits of quick SMS-like communications with your existing email contacts, without requiring a phone number or separate app, The Next Web reported.
It doesn't ask for a subject line, signature or salutation, and it will surface your frequent and recent contacts right when you open the app. If your contact is a Send user too, you can also see when they're typing a response.
Send is currently available on the iOS platform only and may be launched for Android and Windows phone users soon.