Truphone, the British VoIP services provider, has announced, during Macworld 2009, the introduction of Skype calling, Twitter and Instant Messaging integration for its iPhone and iPod Touch applications.
The Truphone apps are currently available for free, via the Apps Store and, starting January 12, they will allow users to access the above-mentioned services.
For example, you will be able to reach your Skype friends just by using you Skype ID via the Truphone app. Or, if you’re a Twitter users, you’ll be able to see what your friends are doing and post your own updates, all from the same app.
Truphone also said that its iPhone and iPod Touch apps will feature two-way instant messaging via Yahoo! Messenger, MSN Messenger and Google Talk.
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