Captainkrtek · Oct 6, 2010 at 09:00 am

Skype For Android Released

Finally after only being Verizon Exclusive, Skype is now Available for all Android Phones running 2.1 or higher. Thanks to XDA member ragmanchu for pointing out the blog post by the Skype Team. Here is the press release from Skype:

You’ve been asking us for it – and now it’s here. Skype is now available on a wide range of Android phones, so you can save money and stay in touch when you’re out and about. Visit skype.com/m on your phone to download, or read on to find out what’s inside.

With the new app, you can make free Skype-to-Skype calls, and send and receive IMs for free, one-to-one or with a group. You can also call phones at Skype’s great rates – over WiFi or 3G.

To read more about the release and get it for yourself, checkout the Discussion Thread.


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Captainkrtek is an editor on XDA-Developers, the largest community for Android users. My name is Steven, Im a resident of Seattle Washington and an owner of a Droid Eris, Moto Droid 1, and an HTC Mega. I moderate 7 forums and am a News Writer for XDA. If you have any news tips or need help with your Android phone feel free to PM me! View Captainkrtek's posts and articles here.
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