As Skype waits for its $8.5 billion acquisition by Microsoft to go through, it is been indulging in a small shopping of its own.
Yesterday it was announced that it is to take over GroupMe, which gives a mobile group messaging service that can assist Skype competitor Google+’s Huddle feature, FacebookMessages or iMessage of Apple.
GroupMe was founded just last year, allows users to make conference calls and free text messages with different circles of friends or coworkers, from a single contact to a broadcast over Twitter of Facebook.
Its app is . . . → Read More: Skype Purchases GroupMe