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Skype for Android has been updated to the relief of long-time Skype users, who can now make one-on-one video calls with fellow Skypers on both WiFi and 3G connections. Users can even make video calls from their Android phone with their Skype contacts on iPhone, Mac, Windows PC, and even on select Internet TVs.

The update also enables users to navigate more easily through contacts, access their personal Skype profile and change personal details, share via the mood message box, send SMS messages, and check the balance of their Skype Credit.

The updated Skype app can be downloaded from the Android Market or type Skype.com/m on the phone’s browser. Note that the smartphone has to be running on Android 2.3 or above and have a front-facing camera for the app to work properly. Compatible handsets include the HTC Desire S, Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo, Sony Ericsson Xperia Pro, and Google Nexus S.

Source: TechCrunch

 
 

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