[MWC 2012] After what seemed like forever, it looks like Skype for Windows Phone is finally here. At MWC 2012 during Nokia’s event, they announced that Skype app for Windows Phone is now in beta and should be available for download from the Windows Marketplace sometime today (at the time of writing, the link doesn’t seem to be up yet). The Skype app will definitely let users take full advantage of the front facing video cameras on the latest Windows Phone devices. Since it’s in beta, you should expect to encounter bugs – but I guess it’s better than not having Skype at all. Keep an eye out on the Marketplace for it today, or stay tuned to Ubergizmo and we’ll update this post with the link when we see it later.
Update (3.46AM): Here’s the link to download Skype Beta from the Marketplace.
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