Group messaging service Groupme, which we’ve already covered in the past (heck we even spent few minutes interviewing co-founder Jared Hecht), has been updated and released in 90 countries. In addition, Windows Phone 7 is now also on the list of supported platforms, allowing Microsoft’s early adopters to join the conversation.
In addition, version 3.0 also brings support for “Questions,” which are envisioned to spark the conversation, help users plan their night out, find out what’s good in some restaurant, and so on. You can either direct a question to a few people or an entire group, or even post it to Twitter and Facebook and let the world respond. At the moment, questions are supported on the iPhone, Android, and Groupme’s website, with more platforms coming soon.
Direct Messaging is also included in this release, for those instances when you don’t need to say it to the whole group. Moreover, thanks to the web chat support, now you will be able to chat with your group from a comfort of your PC or Mac, relying on the full keyboard to keep the conversation rolling faster.
Like it? Search for Groupme in the app store you use or visit Groupme’s website and take it from there.