Even though Microsoft acquired Skype quite awhile ago, the Skype app still has yet to make an appearance on Windows Phone. But if reports online turn out to be true, the wait could be almost over. Apparently Microsoft employees have been recently notified that a beta version of Skype for Windows Phone will be released shortly, and invitations will be sent out in the coming weeks. Assuming the rumors are true, it looks like Microsoft employees will be testing the app to weed out bugs before it is released to the public – so you can expect some images of Skype for Windows Phone to surface in the near future. Still no ETA for the arrival of Windows Phone Skype, but let’s hope it will be sometime this quarter. Who’s looking forward to Skype on Windows Phone?
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