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Skype launches video-messaging service on Android, Blackberry and iOS devices

By David Tom
Jun 18, 2013
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  1. With the popularity of mobile chat services such as WhatsApp for text and Snapchat for pictures, Skype has wisely cornered the video-messaging market. Following an extensive beta testing phase that kicked off in February, the company has now officially launched...

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  2. Shaun2312

    Shaun2312 TS Rookie Posts: 20

    New product for other mobile os's still nothing on their own mobile os...
  3. MonsterZero

    MonsterZero TS Rookie Posts: 55   +9

    I'm giving up on WP, you are exactly right. Let's not even begin to mention the lack of apps.

    The Blue update for WP8 is a mediocre side grade, great I get a notification panel and a way to sort apps? what a joke.
  4. treeski

    treeski TS Guru Posts: 875   +130

    How can you complain about an update when nothing official has been unveiled, aside from synced IE tabs?
  5. Skidmarksdeluxe

    Skidmarksdeluxe TS Evangelist Posts: 3,034   +738

    But I can send videos with Whatsapp as well. I don't know why I'd use it but I downloaded it nevertheless.
  6. I think BBM will eventually overtake these message apps. Sounds like it will be the more complete package.


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