Skype, the popular video chatting service, had a rough start on Android. First they attempted to launch with the HTC Thunderbolt, which had problems of its own causing severe delays. Later Skype was actually launched, but it only support a few devices. There was a huge security issue with the app as well, on both iOS and Android, and once it was fixed Skype went quiet for a while. They have now come back and updated the app with a slew of new sharing options, including picture sharing, video sharing, and file sharing. The full list of updates and fixes is as follows:
- What’s new in this version?
- Send pictures, videos and files
- Easier to sign out, and auto-sign in
- Improved look and feel with new graphics
- Voicemail improvements
- Better video quality on Tegra 2 devices