Thursday, February 25, 2010

Free VoIP Calling to BlackBerry

Shape Services recently updated their popular IM+ for Skype application to include VoIP calling for BlackBerry smartphones. The $29 application will let you call a Skype user’s PC, chat via Skype, and now make Free VoIP calls. What’s nice about the application is that the one-time purchase means any and all future updates and features will be included free of charge. If you’re looking for a way to keep up with friends and family across the globe without piling up a hefty wireless bill, then IM+ for Skype certainly looks like a terrific option.

Look for a full review of the application soon here on Gear Diary. Keep reading for the full press release and feature summary for IM+ for Skype.

SHAPE Services, the leading developer of mobile social networking and productivity apps, announced today the update of its revolutionary IM+ for Skype app for BlackBerry smartphones.

The update features absolutely free Skype calls in WiFi zones. The present technology carries out VoIP calls in half-duplex mode, similar to a walkie-talkie.

“No other app for BlackBerry allows to make absolutely free Skype calls to international destinations when roaming with WIFI,” said Igor Berezovsky, CEO of SHAPE Services, “besides free you get crystal clear voice quality and almost no delays.”

In addition to free VoIP calls, SHAPE Services has added the support of avatars, contact list grid, new scrollbars and other great features.

IM+ for Skype will be showcased at Mobile World Congress 2010 in Barcelona, February 15-18, in SHAPE Services’s stand 7A46, Hall 7.

About SHAPE Services:

SHAPE Services is probably the world’s most successful app development company, vendor of IM+, IM+ for Skype, Business Card Reader, Barcode Reader, RDM+, Mobiscope, xPlayer and other bestsellers. Millions of customers worldwide use innovative apps and web services created by SHAPE on iPhone, BlackBerry, Android, Palm, Windows Mobile, Symbian and Java phones.

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