Skype this week unveiled an refurbish to a Skype for Android app that adds support for some-more than a dozen renouned Android devices.
In all, Skype 2.5 for Android brings video job to 14 new Android phones and tablets, bringing a sum series of upheld inclination to 41.
The new additions embody a new Motorola Droid Bionic and a LG Optimus 2x smartphones, as good as a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, a Motorola Xoom, and a Acer Iconia tablets. A full list of newly upheld inclination is below.
The app refurbish also includes new video enhancements, Skype said, including a ability to switch between mural and landscape modes during video calls and wizz with a double daub on a screen.
There are also several bug fixes and softened support for Bluetooth headsets, Skype said. Like new Mac and iOS updates, Skype is also adding an promotion platform, yet users who have Skype Credit or reward accounts will not see a ads.
Earlier this week, meanwhile, Skype also expelled an refurbish for a iPhone and iPad apps that’s dictated to revoke a shakiness of effusive Skype video discuss when regulating a rear-facing camera. “So, if you’re regulating Skype video to uncover friends and family what you’re adult to or where we are, a picture they see will be reduction shaky,” Skype pronounced in a blog post.
The iOS refurbish also combined Bluetooth support. ” You will now be means to use Bluetooth-enabled headsets to make hands-free Skype calls,” Skype said. “This will make life easier while you’re on discussion calls, on a road, or simply don’t wish to reason your iPhone or iPad in-hand.”
For more, see PCMag’s full examination of Skype for Android and a slideshow below. Also check out PCMag’s examination of a recently expelled Skype iPad app.
Newly upheld Android inclination include:
Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1
HTC Nexus One
Sony Ericsson Xperia Live with Walkman
Sony Ericsson Xperia neo V
LG Optimus Black
LG Optimus 3D
LG Optimus 2x
Motorola Droid 3
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