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Queue "Eye Of The Tiger," as it looks like group-texting app GroupMe is looking to make a comeback to Windows Phone. The developers have put out a call across the Twittersphere for Windows Phone users in New York to do some testing on the evening of February 16. GroupMe first cropped up in the Marketplace in July, and a month later, it was announced that it had been bought out by Skype (pronounced: Microsoft). There was very little action post-announcement, until a major update was announced in December. However, since then, GroupMe has been MIA from the Marketplace.
There are no details on what is on the horizon for February 16, but if you want to be a guinea pig for GroupMe, you can sign up directly here, or via the source link.
Source: GroupMe (via Twitter); Thanks for the tip, Travis!
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