Skype will be an iPad app this CES
VoIP provider Skype published and then quickly removed support documents suggesting voice calling on Apple's iPhone akin to FaceTime, the native iPad app, and even a mythical Verizon iPhone. An updated Skype for iOS software will add video calling between i-devices and desktop Skype users, while it looks like an iPad version is in the pipeline, too, a help document published Friday on the company's official site revealed. Apart from online chatting feature, HD MKV movie on iPad is also pretty enjoyable.
Skype took down the help file a few hours later, leaving Apple fans puzzled. Don't worry - someone in the company's marketing probably messed up by hitting the "launch" button prematurely, as the new release isn't ready for prime time yet. The blogosphere, of course, cached the prematurely leaked resources revealing a few interesting tidbits. Before you check out the features, know that Skype can kill any number of advertised capabilities when the app launches. Also bear in mind this isn't the first time for Skype to ditch features or pull an imminent software update at the last minute.
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