Apr 23

Famous client, VOIP Skype has been available on Windows Phone in beta since its announcement at Mobile World Congress, and today leaves the test phase and is available in the finished version. You can download full version of the marketplace right now, if you are holding the terminal Windows Phone.

Notice that Skype has 200 million users and cover almost all platforms in the market, from iOS to Android, Symbian, computers, laptops and even Mac and Windows compatible TV. You can use Skype via 3G and WiFi connections (4G if you are in a country that has one). Skype’s creators say that it took into account feedback from the beta version in February after the result is the new application. The new features include video calling is included in portrait, better contact management, including the ability to invite people to accept the invitation, the contact block and unblock them.

Skype for Windows Phone is available in 18 languages, which include the Roman and now. The application is free and requires at least Windows Phone 7.5 Mango installed on the phone. The smart phone software that has been tested and is found compatible is numbered Nokia Lumia 710, Lumia 800, Lumia 900, HTC Titan, HTC Radar, Samsung Focus S and Samsung Focus Flash. Have you tried Skype on Windows Phone?

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