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Skype, the most popular service to make voice and video calls over the Internet, is finally here for iPad. Skype for iPad allows voice and video calling using WiFi as well as 3G, which means you can make video calls on the move using 3G and Skype. You can call Skype contacts on their iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, PC, Mac and even Skype enabled TVs.

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Skype for ipad

Access free Skype features:

  • Talk face-to-face or show what you’re seeing with front and back-facing cameras.
  • Use Skype for iPad to call anyone else on Skype – and enjoy near CD quality (SILK) sound.
  • Instant message and add emoticons to personalize your messages.

Apart from this, you can also use the premium paid features from your iPad. With iPad 2 you get all the features, whereas iPad 1 has only ability to receive video calls as it does not feature a camera.

NB: We tried to download this app, but was not available on App Store India, we will update the post when we have it across all stores.

Update: The app has been removed from the app store as per the tweet from Skype.

Download Skype for iPad

Related posts:

  1. Record and Save Skype Conversations with MP3 Skype Recorder
  2. Voice Calls and Video Chatting from iPad 2 using Yahoo Messenger
  3. Record and Edit Skype Video Calls with VodBurner
  4. Run Multiple Skype Accounts Simultaneously with Multi Skype Launcher

Get Skype for iPad
Nirmal
Tue, 02 Aug 2011 03:09:55 GMT

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