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3 responses to “Skype Blocks Fring – Or Not? Fingerpointing… But Where is Skype for Android?”

  1. Chris Selland

    “Where is Skype for Android”?

    Google Talk & Google Voice – use them all the time.

    Stupid and self-defeating move by Skype, who is rapidly becoming the AIM of voice.

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  3. Aliasgar Babat

    Skype has already released its Android app and it works well. I use it from my Android phone for social and casual interactions. Alternatively, you may even use RHUB`s web conferencing servers for conducting business meetings. It works well.