A few days ago, representatives of Skype on his blog to announce the new version of the mobile client for Skype 2.0 operating system Android. In addition to eliminating some bugs, updated interface, new main menu and line status message, Skype 2.0 for Android can boast a long-awaited feature of bilateral support video calls, are available by connecting to a WiFi network or 3G. Of course, with video calling feature not available to each owner Android-smartphone. At this point, since the mandatory requirements for novelty is the presence of the front camera and the latest version of the operating system Android 2.3 Gingerbread and above, the possibility of video calls is only available to owners of HTC Desire S, Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo, Sony Ericsson Xperia Pro and Samsung Nexus S.Novaya version of the mobile client is now available for download on our website - Skype 2.0 for Android, as well as in the application store Android Market.
What's new in this version?
• Bot improvements
• Fixed crash on Android 5.x+ devices
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