Skype shares the love with new Valentine's Day virtual cards and Mojis

If you're looking for another way to express your love this Valentine's Day, Skype has your back. Teaming up with an independent artist agency called Rogue Octopus, Skype has put together several Valentine's Mojis that can be "unwrapped" on the big day. Each follows two characters as they move through the stages of love, Skype says on its blog.

Also rolling out over the next few days is a virtual Valentine's Day card will add floating hearts to a special holiday message you can record for your loved one. The virtual cards can be recorded and then shared via Skype, email, or a social network of your choice. And after you've sent off your message, you can add some extra oomph with a new set Valentine's emoticons that have been added across Skype on all platforms.

Skype Virtual Valentine's Card

Skype says that all of these holiday goodies should be available across the latest versions of the app on Windows desktop, Mac, iPhone, iPad, or Android.

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