Intuitive interface makes it easy to use
aMSN is cross-platform and comes with almost all the features you can find in Windows Live Messenger. The interface is quite user friendly and with all its functions easily accessible from the main window.
A suitable alternative to Windows Live Messenger
Just as one would expect, with aMSN you can do the same things as with WLM, which means you can chat with your online friends, send files, play games, view or broadcast images via your connected webcam, send nudges, set avatars and many more.
You won't miss the emoticons, they are still there as well as the winks, so you won't really feel that you're not using the genuine app.
A rich settings menu
The options menu includes loads of settings that concern both the look and behavior of aMSN, regardless if we're talking about privacy, logging or connection. There's also theme support in there and its worth taking a peek because you might get to like the application more with some custom skins.
To sum it up
All in all, aMSN remains one of the best Windows Live Messenger replacements out there. The feature pack is similar to the one of the original software and the ease of use is at least at the same level so it is definitely worth a try.
Reviewed by Bogdan Popa, last updated on August 14th, 2014
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- It contains several bugfixes, the most important one being that nicknames aren’t reset to the one associated with your Passport account when you connect anymore.
Application descriptionaMSN or Alvaro's Messenger is a useful MSN messenger clone application.This project is a modified and multilanguage ve...
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