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    When I go to the download page for Skype Mobile (http://www.skype.com/download/skype/...download.html), it doesn't offer the Treo as one of the supported devices. People here obviously have it installed and running, so can you tell me which device I should pick for a file that's compatible with the wx? Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alienwhere View Post
    Thanks but the links in that thread to download the high and low cpu versions, when clicked, lead to just a "not found" page on Skype's site. Seems like they've taken it down. What wasn't clear was whether those links were to a beta or not. If the beta is no longer available, where would you suggest I look next?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dvdmon View Post
    When I go to the download page for Skype Mobile (http://www.skype.com/download/skype/...download.html), it doesn't offer the Treo as one of the supported devices. People here obviously have it installed and running, so can you tell me which device I should pick for a file that's compatible with the wx? Thanks!
    Try this: http://forum.ppcgeeks.com/showthread...ighlight=skype
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ya Boi D View Post
    Great, thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dvdmon View Post
    Great, thanks!
    You may also want to try fring, which seems to also work well and is better than Skype's client (imo).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malatesta View Post
    You may also want to try fring, which seems to also work well and is better than Skype's client (imo).

    --> http://www.fring.com/
    Mal, Ive been trying to decide for a while which app to use as far as skype. I also see that you can access GoogleTalk from this app. How well does that feature function compared to something like OctroTalk? Should I install fRing to the device or storage card?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ya Boi D View Post
    Mal, Ive been trying to decide for a while which app to use as far as skype. I also see that you can access GoogleTalk from this app. How well does that feature function compared to something like OctroTalk? Should I install fRing to the device or storage card?
    I can't say that I've extensively tested how GTalk works on fring, but the program itself is fairly small (and you an UPX it) and it seems to work quite well.

    I prefer OctroTalk as my main IM program and the VOIP aspect is also simple. Fring though looks to be a nice Skype replacement.

    I would think you can install this to your card with no issues. Depends on how you use it though: if you leave it "on" and running, it'll perform better in main-mem. If you use but exit the app when done, then storage is fine.

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    Mal, does fring route through the earpiece on the unit?
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    I tried out fring but it seemed to me to be primarily for VOIP and not for IM (not easy to start a chat, but easy to call someone)...
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