Staying all the time connected in MSN by the cell phone using the data network of the operator is the dream of many people. Being able to chat with friends or even use MSN professionally anywhere can save a lot of time and money on phone calls or SMS.
Considering that cell phones are increasingly powerful, even with processors with more than 8 cores, it is expected that most of the programs we run on home computers will also work on cell phones. MSN, later replaced by Skype, was one more of these programs that can not be missing from any cell phone.
Using on Skype on Mobile
For various platforms there is Skype for mobile. Android, Windows, iOS, all mobile systems have a Skype application. There are several third party programs that also allow you to use Skype on your phone. These third-party programs still allow you to use other chat applications with Skype, joining multiple applications into one.
Skype for mobile
Almost all applications that were MSN clients for Android, Windows, or iOS were discontinued. Today you can only use the official Skype application for these devices. I stopped using Skype on my smartphone because the app is too heavy, and I prefer other lighter apps like Hangouts or WhatsApp to chat via audio or video with others. But it’s a little personal taste, and you may like the official Skype application, which was once the excellent MSN. Remember that Skype is still a good way to save on VoIP calls.
Did you like the tips? Which of these programs do you use the most? Do you have any preferences? What could improve on each one of them? What program do you use for video calls on your cell phone? Leave your opinion in the comments below.