Skype video messaging launches on pretty much everything – but not Windows Phone

Skype, today has officially launched its video messaging service across all its “major platforms”, which oddly enough didn’t include Microsoft’s Windows Phone. The service has previously been in beta,...

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Skype, today has officially launched its video messaging service across all its “major platforms”, which oddly enough didn’t include Microsoft’s Windows Phone.

The service has previously been in beta, and limited video messages to 20 free attempts. You can now send unlimited video messages to your Skype contacts on Windows, Mac, iOS, Android and Blackberry. Yep, even Blackberry gets a go here but Microsoft’s own Windows Phone misses out.

Check out the video below to see how it works.

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