xSky makes it ridiculously easy to communicate with your list! Write your message, add a Firstname Tag to make it personal, and send it out to thousands of people instantly!
xSky gives you a perfect overview of your Contacts - know what Contacts are in what Categories, Add/Remove multiple Contacts to/from Categories, and have all your Categories laid out nicely in front of you. Contact Management is easy with xSky, simply because it should be!
Targeting a specific country? State? City? With xSky's vast array of Filters, you can easily select Contacts that match your specific criteria! Even Keywords! You can even chain the Filters, to narrow down your results even further!
xSky helps you grow your Contact list, and find new people to do business with, from all over the world! The biggest resource of new targeted people to do business with, is Skype's Group Chats! xSky helps you reach out to those new people with less than a few clicks! This is really powerful, because it empowers you to connect with people who share the same interests as yourself!
Behind the scenes we have been offering xSky lifetime licenses for aprox. $550 per user. Turns out this is what people want. So, we decided to offer it to the public, for as low as $197
Please note, xSky is for Windows Only!.
We are currently working out payment processing - hold tight!
You can get a refund if you can prove that the software is not working on your computer.
Send an email to
Jeff [at] xSkySoftware . com with your receipt information.
This is not the case when Skype stops supporting the API that xSky uses, which will happen eventually! When that happens, we don't know.
We have had reports that Avast!, McAffee and Webroot
see xSky as unfriendly.
We asure you it is not. You just have to add an exception for xSky.exe, located wherever you installed it (usually C:\Program Files (x86)\xSky Software, LLC\xSky).
Consult your specific anti-virus for instructions.
Thats because when you thought you closed xSky, it actually just minimized itself to the system tray. Doubleclick the xSky icon in the tray to open it again.
This is usually for one of 3 reasons:
When attempting to attach to Skype, Skype will show a yellow-ish bar that prompts you for permission.
See the "xSky is not starting up?" section.
Skype decided to pull the functionality that xSky uses from their software. You can click here to download the last-known compatible and installable version!