Skype WiFi App for Windows 8, 10 Gets Improved Performance

By: Radu Tyrsina
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Some of you might not be aware that there is a separate, official Skype WiFi app for Windows 8 that you can use in order to connect to WiFi hotspots. And now it’s received a much needed update.
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The official Skype WiFi app has received a new update in the Windows Store, which, according to our readers, makes the app faster and by using it, it now seems to be connecting much easier to WiFi hotspots. The official changelog of the app only says the following: “improved performance and fixes”, but under this hides more, and the app is also more secure, as we know how vulnerable it can be to connect with unknown WiFi networks. So, waste no more time and follow the link at the end of the article to get the updated app on your devices.

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Skype WiFi app for Windows 8 comes with speed improvements

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With Skype WiFi you can get online at over 1 million public WiFi hotspots worldwide at the touch of a button. You’re now free to browse the web, check your email or enjoy free calls and messages to all your friends and family with the Skype app – remember, it’s a different app to the Skype WiFi one. Pay only for the minutes you use and avoid those expensive all-day internet passes. No matter what hotspot you’re connected to, pay using your Skype Credit so you never have to fill out another complicated sign up form. And so there’s no unexpected surprises, Skype WiFi will automatically disconnect after 30 minutes in case you forget to disconnect.

Download Skype WiFi app for Windows 8 

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