Xiaomi announced that it is acquiring a third party messaging app called MSNLite. MSNLite is a popular desktop app in China, which has over millions of users in the country. Xiaomi believes the MSNLite team could help the company to improve its group messaging app Miliao, in order to beat the current IM’s leaders — Tencent QQ and Weixin (WeChat). In the meanwhile, Xiaomi has also established “Xiaomi Instant Messengers Labs” for its users to send some creative ideas for the future Miliao. With all these moves, industry insider believes Xiaomi has began to continue strengthen its position in the IM’s sector.
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