Want Your Own Custom Skype App?

Updated: January 07, 2011

Want Your Own Custom Skype App?

For anyone out there who is a Skype user but really wishes it did one more thing or had one more feature, here's a solution.

The great blog, Skype Journal, one of our best VoIP blogs, is promoting a contest where Skype app developer Don Kennedy will build a Skype app to your specifications. Please just make sure it is a feasible app - one that can actually do something and that is reasonable and possible. Of course this is a lottery, so you have to be the one picked to win, etc etc.

For rules and details and how to enter see this post.

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