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Yes. SkypeKit is being discontinued. In July 2013, we communicated to the developer community that we would be ending support for SkypeKit SDK within 12 months’ time, because it does not deliver a consistent Skype customer experience or support our cross-platform application-development efforts. Further to the recent termination of the SkypeKit SDK license effective July 31, 2014, we are now retiring all versions of the SkypeKit SDK. This means that users on all applications that were built using the SkypeKit SDK will no longer be able to log in and use Skype functionality on these applications. If you have a specific question relating to a SkypeKit-based device or program, please contact the device manufacturer or application developer for support.
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