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Pulver.Communicator, Skype Interoperate

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LAS VEGAS -- FWD Communications announced today that pulver.Communicator(TM) (www.pulver.com/communicator) an innovative new software product that combines the best elements of Internet-based Communications (instant messaging, voice, video, presence, and social networking) in one application now interoperates with Skype(TM), the popular VoIP service provider.

With pulver.Communicator beta version .94.3, users can import Skype contacts into the application and conduct voice calling and instant messaging with those contacts, as well as engage in multi-party IM chats amongst friends across multiple IM networks.

"I've been a big fan of Skype since its launch and decided to create a link between the two applications", said Jeff Pulver, chairman of FWD Communications. "pulver.Communicator is the first outside application to offer Skype functionality to users of the product, which is quite significant as it opens the door to a multitude of friendships and relationships across the most widely-used Internet networks , (AOL, ICQ, MSN, Skype, and Yahoo!)."


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User Rank: Light Beer
12/5/2012 | 3:30:54 AM
re: Pulver.Communicator, Skype Interoperate
well, the news is great, however, it seems it's talking about .94.3 version, which is NOT available to download from pulver.com - instead, .94.2 is offered ..
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