Snapchat has introduced a concept of short messages that last only a brief period of time to mobile devices.
Facebook has several times tried to copy the Snapchat, and now Microsoft is going to give it a try.
New application from Microsoft is called WindUp and it is available for Windows Phone, but considering company’s new focus we can expect versions for other platforms.
WindUp allows users to send photos, audio, video and text, and the amount of time the message will be available is set by user.
Message availability can be set by time, or by number of views.
WindUp is available for free at Windows Phone Store.