Skype for Android has been released a new version. Some of the ease presented in its version 2.6, including the ease of sharing content.
In Skype for Android 2.6, users can instantly share photos, videos and other files directly via Skype for Android. This update also promises battery life is longer and improved video quality on NVIDIA Tegra 2.
Devices that use the processor include the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, Motorola Xoom and Acer Iconia Tab. The presence of video calling service is still limited but Skype said it will resume the trial and the support to the new devices.
Some of the latest mobile phones have entered the list of Skype to be visited include Amaze 4G HTC and Motorola Razr Droid. When seen, almost all devices that use the Android 2.2 Froyo or above, can try Skype video calling feature.
When viewed from the screenshot, this application looks quite simple and familiar to those who are already accustomed to using Skype.
Skype’s application is presented free of charge, but users must use 3G services when not connected to WiFi. Skype for Android 2.6 now available for download on Android Market.
Skype For Android 2.6 Video Demo