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The Top Five Skype Add-ons

Being the webmaster of www.SkypeTips.com and the author of ‘Skype Me!' by Syngress Press I am often asked for my favorite Skype add-ons. Of course, a list like that depends on what you are trying to do. But I've gotten countless requests and advice about such a list from my family, friends and fellow Skypers. Based on their requests, and my personal inclinations, here's my list of the five top Skype add-ons.

One thing not mentioned in my list is the addition of video to Skype. But vide is now built in to Skype for Windows and there are additional video options available for Skype, so that is a topic for another article and my next book "Video Conferencing over IP" by Syngress Press due out in June 2006.

So without any further ado, Here's the list of my favorite Skype add-ons:

1. VoSky (Formerly Actiontec) Internet Phone Wizard (IPW)

www.vosky.com


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