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Yahoo Messenger Joins AIM in Messenger Heaven


Pour one out for our comely buddy, Yahoo Messenger. Oath — build in thoughts how fun it became when Yahoo became offered and merged and adjusted its title — announced on Friday that it is shuttering the 20-year-old service. It goes to formally scamper offline on July 17. Customers own six months to salvage their archives. (More on tips on how to attain that here.)

From Oath:

We all know now we own many true followers who own historical Yahoo Messenger since its foundation as one in every of the first chat apps of its form. Because the communications landscape continues to trade over, we’re focusing on constructing and introducing unique, spicy communications tools that better fit consumer wants.

For fogeys procuring for a replacement service, Oath says it is “experimenting” with an “invite-easiest neighborhood messaging app known as Yahoo Squirrel.” It’s in beta, so you’ll must quiz to heed up for whenever you happen to would truly like to strive it out. While you’re no longer procuring for a replacement service, voice your comely-byes. Yahoo Messenger is off to a nearer living alongside with our beloved AIM (1997–2017) and Gchat (2005–2017).


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