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Wednesday, 20 May 2009 06:52

Skype for BlackBerry is in beta

Written by David Stellmack

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A good sign, but a closed test so far


Many BlackBerry users have been eagerly awaiting Skype for BlackBerry since it was announced. Little has been really known about the development cycle or schedule beyond the fact that it was in development.

We have received word today from one of our close sources that Skype for BlackBerry has been released to a closed beta. Details are still spotty at this point, but according to our source we should see a release soon.

There are no more slots in the private beta of Skype for BlackBerry and it is unknown if they will have a public beta before the first release. We will continue to see what we can find out, but the best news is that it is likely that Skype for BlackBerry is not much farther away.

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