April 25, 2012

Skype 1.0 for Windows Phone, Finally!

Skype has released the first version of its communications app for Windows Phone. Skype 1.0, After two months in beta.
Skype requires 512 MB of RAM, Skype 1.0 works with 3G, 4G and Wi-Fi connections.

Skype for Windows Phone supports:

Instant messaging
Group instant messaging
Skype-to-Skype calling
Skype video calling
Sending and receiving instant messages while on a call
Calling mobiles and landlines, receiving Skype calls and calls to Online Numbers
Call forwarding (you need to set this up on your computer)
Inviting friends to Skype
Blocking/unblocking contacts and viewing blocked contacts
Participating in conference calls (audio only)

Important: Skype for Windows Phone does not run in the background. This means that you need to have Skype open to make and receive voice and video calls or send instant messages.

You can download Skype for Windows Phone for free from the Windows Phone Marketplace.

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