How to uninstall Skype Extender in Macbook Pro?

i got Skype Extender application from and  installed successfully, but right now i dont want skype extender application so i'm try to uninstall skype extender its showing "application is open so u can't uninstall" so how to close application (No way to quit) and also how to uninstall please every one suggest me.
Thanks in advance.
Suresh Balakrishnan

Then I submit you didn't look in /Library/LaunchAgents on your boot volume as opposed to ~/Library/LaunchAgents in you user (home) directory.
I just ran the installer to verify my assumtions about that installer.  Here's all the stuff that that installer installs:
[* represents 12 files all beginning with com.zysk. which I didn't bother to list here]
So those guys must be there. I manually removed all this stuff, logged out, back in, and there are no SkypeExtender apps running just as I knew there wouldn't be.
Note, I didn't mention it previously but you should also toss the framework (and maybe receipts too if you want a full removal of all the SkypeExtender stuff) although it's not hurting anything being there other than taking up a little disk space.

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