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by on March 8th, 2013

Whether it’s getting in touch with friends and family separated by hundreds of miles in distance or may it be an office meeting on a serious agenda point, there is one need that is strongly felt by users across the globe regarding VoIP applications or take the most popular example, Skype. This need is the ability to maintain multiple sessions of the same application. Many offices, companies and businesses use Skype for collaboration in a manner that the entire workplace is connected with each other using Skype. If you need to share data and you’re connected to the same network, transfer speeds wouldn’t get any better. If you have a brief query to address and you can’t get up from your chair and navigate your way to the respective colleague, simply start a chat on Skype. But just like email accounts, Skype accounts also need segregation between personal or home and office or work contacts. You can create groups, no doubt, but a separate experience is what is usually needed. In this post, we highlight a light-weight application that allows you to effectively address this problem and maintain multiple Skype sessions using either your Skype or Hotmail accounts.

by on November 12th, 2012

It has been slightly over a year since Microsoft acquired Skype. Since then, a lot of work has been put in to the development and support of Skype on multiple platforms, it has been such a huge success that Microsoft is going to ditch its own messenger i.e. “Live” and rely on Skype to deliver.  However, it wasn’t all sunny and smooth for Microsoft; with their own mobile platform being neglected, it was only a matter of time that Microsoft would take an initiative. Well, to cut it short, if you are a windows phone 8 users and missing the good old Skype from your phone then you can try the Skype beta for windows phone 8.

by on November 8th, 2012

Its official, Microsoft has pulled the plug on Windows live messenger aka msn messenger and will begin migrating to Skype which is owned by Microsoft themselves. Windows live services will be completely shuttered starting 2013, which is appropriate, I mean why would a company spend millions of dollars on two platforms providing the same service? And to be honest, the overall experience provided by Live messenger is way too complicated and this could be a good initiative. The reliability factor is where all users might not agree with Skype, for instance on Mac OS, where the Skype service is extremely unreliable. Hopefully, the update will bring fixes for that as well.

by on March 4th, 2010

skype_logo Skype, the world’s most popular app that allows users to make voice and calls over the internet, is now available at the Ovi Store. Over 200 million Nokia devices can now download it and make free Skype-to-Skype calls from their phones.

by on August 31st, 2009

After almost 2 years of silence from the developers of Skype for the Linux OS, the allimage new Skype for Linux 2.1 Beta is out now with sleek design and some cool new features. These are some of the new features added: