Users can already get Skype for the iPhone using third party apps, like Fring or Truphone, but the official app will supposedly have better voice quality and lower latency. Skype for iPhone is still rather short on features compared its desktop counterpart, though – it handles conference calling only as a participant, not an initiator, and lacks support for things such as voicemail, file transfers and SMS. PC World has a hands-on preview of the upcoming VoIP application which you can check out here. A version for several BlackBerry models will be available in May.
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