Microsoft replaced its Lync communications platform with Skype for Business earlier this year, and after releasing a Windows Phone app in August, its new app is finally available for iOS too.
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Microsoft has added a number of new features to the desktop version of Lync 2013, including the long awaited introduction of two-factor authentication to the business chat application.
Microsoft's enterprise communications application, Lync 2013, has finally landed in the Windows Phone 8 Store. A previous version had already been available but it was limited to WP 7.x devices.
Microsoft announced today that iOS and Windows Phone 8 versions of its Lync 2013 app will be released in early March, followed by an Android port about a month later. Skype support is coming in June