Skype launched its video messaging service across all major platforms on Monday, June 17. It had been in beta for some time (although not available everywhere at the time), with early adopters limited to twenty free messages, except for premium subscriptions which had unlimited free messages.
It is now out of beta and luckily free for all. You can now send video messages to Skype contacts on Windows and Mac as well as mobile operating systems iOS, Android and Blackberry. Curiously, there is no Windows Phone version as of yet, but we are sure it will follow soon.
Check out Engadget’s hands-on first impressions of the beta below: