Skype update for Android brings two-way video chat

The latest version of the world's biggest VoIP service brings a smattering of new features for a quartet of Android phones

Two-way video calling over Wi-Fi and 3G has finally hit Skype-toting Android handsets, although only four devices will be officially supported at launch. If you’re the proud owner of a Nexus S, Desire S, Xperia Neo or Pro then hit up the marketplace before delving in to face-to-face calls with fellow Android, iPhone, Mac, PC or TV users. Don’t have any of the aforementioned handsets? You can still look forward to a UI shuffle and SMS support, which will play nice with your device until it’s allowed to join the party too.


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