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How to update Skype on your mobile phone

Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella last week outlined his vision for the future of the company; he said that Microsoft is the “productivity and platform company for…the mobile first world.” He imagines the world as full of screens of all sizes, and says that every home screen on every ecosystem should have some of Microsoft’s services, like Skype.

MS_Skype_Day3_Avatar_3029We’re proud that our software is available to consumers of most mobile phone platforms on the planet. It’s important to us that everybody who uses Skype has the most advanced version, with all the latest features that our engineering team works hard to deliver.

Here’s how you can get the latest version of Skype for your mobile phone:

Windows Phone

Head to the Windows Phone Store to download the latest version of Skype for free.

iPhone

Skype for iPhone, with its beautiful new design, is available from the App Store.

Android

Millions of people around the world use Skype for Android. You can get the latest version from the Play Store.

Blackberry

If you have a Blackberry Z10 device, Skype is available as a free download from the Blackberry World application store.

If you haven’t used Skype yet on your mobile phone, try it today. We’d love to hear your feedback; get in touch via Facebook, Twitter, or the Skype community.

One thought on “How to update Skype on your mobile phone

  1. Please add a “hide all read” so I can clear all the recents from the Windows Phone app. I have hundreds open and it’s making the app unusable.

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