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Microsoft May Unveil Skype App For Windows Phone This Month


Microsoft could unveil a stand-alone Skype application for Windows Phone as soon as this month’s Mobile Phone Congress, and Skype is expected to be standard on the mobile operating system when the company launches Windows Phone 8, ReadWriteWeb reports.

Skype was acquired by Microsoft in 2011 and a Skype client for Windows Phone had been promised by the end of last year. So far, Microsoft and its Skype unit have been quiet about the integration, but the Verge is reporting that company employees can now download a test version of Skype from the Windows Phone Marketplace.

Meanwhile, an internal Microsoft video that had been intended for executives at Nokia, is fueling more speculation about what features will be added to Windows Phone 8. Known by the codename Apollo, Windows Phone 8 is expected to be released sometime after the release of the Tango operating system, which is also expected at the Mobile Phone Congress.

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