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Monday, 23 April 2012 08:06

Skype for Windows Phone is finally out

Written by Fudzilla staff



About time


Windows Phone users have been moaning about the lack of Skype support for months, but now the popular service is finally available on Redmond’s mobile platform.

After a lengthy beta, Microsoft rolled out Skype for Windows Phone on the market, but warned that it might take a couple of days for the new app to propagate in local marketplaces.

The app was extensively tested on seven HTC, Nokia and Samsung smartphones, and since there is not that much fragmentation in the Windows Phone world, compatibility should not be an issue.













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