Skype on iPhone is a Reality

SHAPE Services to announce IM+ for Skype web service on iPhone

Aug 13, 2007, 01:00 ET from SHAPE Services

    STUTTGART, Germany, Aug. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- SHAPE Services has
 announced the availability of IM+ for Skype for iPhone, the Safari web
 application for accessing Skype ecosystem from the mobile environment. The
 application is designed especially for iPhone's touch screen and
 complements the design and interface of Apple's masterpiece. For a limited
 time IM+ for Skype iPhone version is being offered free of charge to all
 iPhone users.
     Now iPhone owners can log onto using the
 device's Safari web browser and talk with their Skype contacts or call any
 landlines and mobiles in a cost-efficient way. "Noticing the public
 interest for Skype on iPhone, we decided to use our mobile IM and mobile
 Skype experience and develop an application for them; this has also been a
 move towards our IM+ for Skype platform coverage. It is truly easy and
 convenient to access and use. We are looking forward to hearing some
 feedback from iPhone users", said Igor Berezovsky, the company's CEO. "No
 tweaks are necessary."
     IM+ for Skype is the unique fully mobile application that uses SkypeOut
 credits for voice communication ensuring cost-effective calls to any number
 around the globe. For users of Skype Unlimited and Skype Pro plans IM+
 enables almost free calling from the mobile device to any PC with Skype or
 any landline/mobile number.
     IM+ for Skype is already available for BlackBerry RIM, Windows Mobile
 Pocket PC, Palm OS, Symbian and J2ME devices. The application works in any
 network and doesn't require WiFi.
     About SHAPE Services
     SHAPE Services works in cross-platform mobile software development
 since 2002. SHAPE' products keep the leading position in wireless IM and
 Remote Access markets. SHAPE's flagship IM+ Mobile Messenger supports
 public and corporate IM systems: MSN/Live Messenger, AIM/iChat, Yahoo!,
 Jabber, ICQ, Google Talk, MySpace, Skype, Microsoft LCS, Lotus Sametime,
 Reuters Messaging and Oracle IM on Blackberry RIM, Symbian (S60, Series 80,
 Series 90 and UIQ), Windows Mobile Pocket PC and Smartphone, J2ME, i-mode,
 Palm OS, BREW and iPhone.
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     Skype(TM) and SkypeOut(TM) are registered trademarks of Skype Limited.
 IM+ for Skype uses the Skype API but is not endorsed or certified by Skype.