Skype for iPad App pulled out after being made available at Apple App Store only for a while

By on Aug 2, 2011 in Internet, Software, Technology, United States, World Comments

The free Skype for iPad App was pulled out from the Apple App Store on Tuesday, August 2, 2011, after being made available only for a while.

Skype for iPad app pulled out

Skype for iPad App tweet (Click Image To Enlarge)
Image Credit: Skype (@Skype) Twitter

As posted by Skype on its official Twitter account about two hours ago, they pulled out the Skype for iPad app and apologized to their customers after it was launched yesterday, Monday, August 1.

“To ensure your best Skype experience, we’ve temporarily removed Skype for iPad which went live prematurely today.” Skype (@Skype) tweeted.

“We know you’ve been eagerly awaiting Skype for iPad and apologize for the inconvenience.” Skype tweeted right after their first tweet.

Apparently, this Skype for iPad app was created to offer their customers the video calling support via 3G and WiFi, as well as IM and voice calls, and also to call mobile devices as well as landline phones.

This app requires iOS 4.0 or higher and is applicable to both versions of iPad although the front and back video chat is only for iPad 2 since the first iPad has only one camera.

Skype also posted a YouTube video about this app last June but was immediately set to private, with Skype now not saying as to when this free Skype for iPad App will be fully launched.



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