Launched on Monday, Live Messenger 1.1, Microsoft has speed up its Windows Live Messenger iPhone app with a few new features.
The app allows the user to switch Facebook account directly into Messenger. Also it provide a view updates from and chat with your Facebook friends and update your own profile. Through your Windows Live Service account page, Microsoft gives you some control over the Facebook integration
The Live Messenger 1.1 brings about the fast switching feature introduced in Apple’s iOS 4 that means you can pause the app to do something else and then quickly return to it without having to launch it from scratch. The app is very user friendly as it now supports 31 different languages, including Chinese, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian, and Turkish.
The 1.1 update is the first refinements that Microsoft has made to Live Messenger for the iPhone since the app’s debut in June.