Skype

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Free videocalls from your iPhone or iPod Touch

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Have you got an iPod Touch or iPhone and Internet connection? Thanks to this Skype application, you can make video calls to all your friends using your Apple device.

This application allows you to contact any of your contacts, see their face and show your own. You can choose whether to use the mic and speaker of the device or plug the earphones or handsfree.

In addition to these videoconferences, which are the star of the application, you can also send instant text messages to communicate more fluently with any other user of the service.

Skype works on iPhone and iPod touch, with some limited functionalities in old devices.
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