I am glad to have a windows phone, I choose it cause I thought it will be more perfect and comfortable to use skype, and now I got my ans. 'windows phone 7 don't have a apps of skype!
13-01-2012 13:48 - edited 13-01-2012 13:49
I totally agree with what user temperok, I don't understand why didn't anyone at least upvote his post:
Here's my take on what's happenning with Skype App. I belive that MS and Skype don't whant to provide a half-ass solution by creating a stand-alone app. They want to create a seamlless integration the same way twitter and facebook are integrated. However twitter and facebook are integrated via Windows Live account. And that's where they probably hitting a wall, as thay would haveto integrate skype not only with WP7 but with windows live messanger and hotmail. So let's be patient. Thou i would be happy with half-ass standalone skype app for now... (again that's just my thoughts) So Skype just open your APIs!!! let 3rd party developers pickup the slack untill you develop the proper solution.
The only thing I would add to it - Microsoft, please, talk to your customers! Everyone would be much more calm and happy, if they knew, when Skype or any other awaited feature is coming. Yes, some people like surprises, but this is a business, not a present for the NY. The only case, when you wouldn't want to publish ETA - if you didn't know it in the first place. But, I hope, it's not like that, otherwise - why would you even care, that your OS has such small market-share?
I agree with everyone, the only thing is missing on windows phone is SKYPE app. Where is the problem, when it will come? Don't make people disaponted..!
14-01-2012 23:44 - edited 17-01-2012 12:04
They working on the skype for WP, but still no answer when exactly its coming...
Skype at CES 2012 http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedd
23-01-2012 23:14 - edited 23-01-2012 23:18
Skype will be coming to us as a Windows Phone application users before the end of the first half of 2012. It will be integrated into the operating system later as stated below. http://www.phoneapocalypse.com/2012/01/skype-windows-phone-co