The Skype app for Android went through a complete revamp of sorts a couple of weeks ago. And now, another update has surfaced fixing some plaguing issues which made its way with the previous update. Much to the relief of the users, signing out of Skype is an easy process now, thanks to this new update. The update also brings forth a few bug fixes.
Skype was going for a complete Holo like UI with its previous update, which was good on the eyes but not really functional. It’s good to know that Skype is taking customer reviews into account for its Android app and updating it accordingly. Don’t be surprised if you don’t see the update notification yet, as it seems to be a gradual rollout and could make its way by the end of the day.
Here’s the complete changelog from Skype:
- We addressed a bug that was not allowing users to go online or make/receive calls if their status was last set to offline in version 3.2 before upgrading to version 4.0.
- Enabled video for devices that could previously make video calls in version 3.2.
- Improved dialog translations for Russian, Brazilian Portuguese and Traditional Chinese.
Source: Skype Blog
Via: Android Police