Skype have released an update and it’s quite a major one. They have added more Android devices to their ever growing list of supported handsets. When it first landed into the world of Android in June it was for only four handsets that were – the HTC Desire S, Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo, Sony Ericsson Xperia Pro and the Google Nexus S.
According to the release It will now support the following 14 extra devices:
- Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1
- HTC Nexus One
- HTC Shooter
- Sony Ericsson Xperia Live with Walkman
- Sony Ericsson Xperia neo V
- LG Optimus Black
- LG Optimus 3D
- LG Optimus 2X
- Motorola Photon
- Motorola Droid 3
- Motorola Bionic
- Motorola Xoom
- Motorola Atrix
- Acer Iconia
What’s in this version:
- 14 additional devices whitelisted for video calling.
- Video calls now supported in portrait and landscape. Double-tap to zoom.
- Revised Recent view – conversations now grouped around your contacts.
- Improved support for Bluetooth headsets.
- In-client advertising. (Advertising will not be shown to users that have Skype Credit, a Calling or Skype Premium subscription.)
- It is possible to edit and delete IM messages.
- Skype will no longer restart in the background when you sign out.
Skype for Android allows video calling over both 3G and Wi-Fi and now have 40 supported devices supported. Video calling for personal or business use on your Smartphone is now easier than ever, plus with added Honeycomb support to devices like the Samsung Galaxy Tab, Acer Iconia and Motorola Xoom it presents an even attractive avenue with video calling through your Tablet.
You can get Skype 188.8.131.52 from the Android Market with the link below:
Android Market: Skype
Posted by: Jemima