Microsoft has confirmed plans to introduce a Windows Live application and better Hotmail support to the iPhone, according to the company’s Senior Director of Social Networking Jeff Kunis.
Speaking to TechRadar, Kunis stressed that making Hotmail and Windows Live perform better on the iPhone are on Microsoft’s agenda, and better iPhone support was confirmed to be on the way.
“It’s a staggered approach; right now there is a Facebook application that allows you to have Live Messenger from within your Facebook account and with status integration as well,” he said.
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