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Microsoft Announced Release of Skype Application on Windows Phone
27 February 2012
Microsoft has recently announced the rollout of Skype on Windows Phone operating system. This move makes the internet telephony service available on all major mobile platforms all over the world.
According to Microsoft, the gold version of the Skype for Windows Phone application will be available in April, but now users can try out the beta version.
Skype for Windows Phone offers all the features of the online telephony service, and offers a new "clean and simple" design along with a user interface predisposed by the Windows 8 architecture.
Users can place free audio and video calls to Skype contacts over 3G, 4G and Wi-Fi, and make low-cost calls to mobiles and landlines using Skype Credit. Among other features of the application there are one-to-one and group chats, and full profiles.
The beta version of the Windows Phone app is available for free downloading from the App Store. Skype has tested the new application on the handsets, including Nokia Lumia 710, Nokia Lumia 800, HTC Titan, HTC Radar, Samsung Focus S and Samsung Focus Flash.