When I reviewed the Nokia Lumia 800 early this month, I emphasized that Microsoft needs to be more aggressive in pushing app development as it only has a small number of applications available for download on its Marketplace. And I mentioned that it doesn’t even have the Skype app that the Redmond-based company partially owned. Well, as far as Skype is concerned – not anymore.
Skype announced just recently that its VoIP application has finally made its way to the Windows Phone Marketplace. Skype says that “this is the first of many releases to come for Windows Phone” and the company “believes in the great potential of the Windows Phone platform and will continue to invest over time to enable experience unmatched by any other app in the market.” (more…)