Skype's iPad app arrived in Apple's App Store on Tuesday, after a bit of a technical stumble on Monday night.
Skype for iPad app mistakenly hit the App Store on Monday, and after a few iOS users were able to get in a download, the app was pulled down at Skype's request.
"To ensure your best Skype experience, we've temporarily removed Skype for iPad which went live prematurely today," the company tweeted Monday night.
The new app isn't offering a lot of new features from the previously-released Skype app designed for the iPhone and iPod Touch. As with all Skype apps, both voice and video calls can be made, as well as instant messages and text messages.
Skype for iPad is free and requires iOS 4.0 or later. It is not a universal app, meaning that if you already have the iPhone version on your iPad, you'll need to download this one separately.