Back in February we reported that Skype was dropping its Windows Mobile software because it didn't offer "a great Skype experience".
Now Nimbuzz, which offers instant messaging and VoIP services, says it'll be removing Nimbuzz for Windows Mobile from its website from 1st July. The reason? "The application was not delivering a great mobile experience like on all the other mobile operating systems."
The company says it's looking into the possibility of supporting Windows Phone 7 in the future but won't be making the decision until the first devices are available. Nimbuzz remains available for desktop computers and Android, BlackBerry, iPhone, Java and Symbian mobile platforms.
Incidentally, we spoke to the CMO of Nimbuzz last year; simply click here to hear our interview.