Yahoo launches its new Messenger app for desktops

The internet pioneer has released its long-in-development redesign of Yahoo Messenger for the desktop, giving the software both a much fresher look and a handful of big new features that you don't always see in personal chat clients.

You can unsend messages, for example -- good for those overly hasty reactions or correcting mistakes. You can also search for GIF replies (much like you might in Slack), like posts and share numerous photos at once just by dragging them into the conversation.

Want to share photos from your latest vacation or simply spice up a message? Save precious time with our drag and drop feature to share multiple photos at once. Then, spread the love by “liking” any posts or images that stand out to you. If you’d rather reply with a GIF, you can easily search and send GIFs to your heart’s content. Pro tip: play GIF roulette and type /gif + any search term.

With Messenger’s desktop notifications, you can multitask at your computer without having to worry about missing an important message from family, friends, or coworkers again.

Both Mac and Windows users can download the new app today. And if you depend on an official, native messaging app on your PC, you'll want to get it quickly. By August 5 as the legacy Yahoo Messenger app will no longer function as we move forward!, so you won't have much choice but to embrace modernity (or at least, find a third-party client) in the days ahead.

You can download  here!

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