World VoIP NewsVoIP giant Skype comes up with new product for Android
VoIP giant Skype comes up with new product for Android
VoIP technology giant Skype , which delivers billions voice and video calls and other means of telecommunications via Web, has announced the release of latest version of its Skype for Android application. Skype for Android 2.0 makes consumers to process free conversations and video calls over Skype between their Android phones and other Skype contacts on the iPhone, Mac, Windows PCs, including TVsets. The applications is reported to be operational by means of Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi) or 3G data connectivity.
In the first stage of its launch, Skype for Android 2.0 is compatible with handsets line HTC Desire S, Sony Ericsson , Xperia neo, Sony Ericsson Xperia pro and the Google Nexus S. “We are targeted to ensure Skype Video Calling for as many platforms as possible and are excited to deliver on this with our new updated Skype for Android app,” said Neil Stevens, Skype’s vice president and general manager for product and marketing, in a statement. “With approximately 30 million concurrent users logging into Skype at any given time and making up to half a million simultaneous video calls, Skype for Android with video makes it even easier for users to share moments with their contacts wherever they are,” Stevens added. The application is designed to make calls to landlines and mobiles on the global scale , as well as send SMS’s to friends and family disregarding to geographical location of user at Skype rates. The company has refurbished the Skype for Android user interface. Additionally, Skype for Android 2.0 contains new main menu on the Skype application for Android where users can get through easily across their contacts, access their Skype profile to change personal details or see the balance of their Skype Credit. The new mood related message box at the upper edge of the Skype app menu makes users to express their feelings and status as what they've seen, or what they're up to. Skype for Android 2.0 can be downloaded for free from the Android Market or Skype.com/m using any phone browser. Earlier this year, Skype has declared the release of the final version of its video chatting client for Macs. The video chatting client comes with a diminished down format to make the window more compact and less obtrusive.
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