Skype for Android will be published in the last year in a first version. The first version had major flaws, however, so many users on both the stability and quality of the phone complained. Also a long-awaited feature, the video telephony studied, users in the first version of Skype for Android also vain.With version 2 now everything should be better.
Video telephony available – but only for a few Android phones
Video telephony, which was added in Skype 2.0 is now likely, certainly not satisfy many users. Currently that is only four phone models are supported: the HTC Desire S, Sony Ericsson's Xperia neo, the Sony Ericsson Xperia per page and Google's Nexus already circulating on the Internet but first hacks with whom it should be possible provide video telephony from Skype 2.0 on other devices.
Stability has been improved and added a new user interface
But not only the video telephony has been added. As of now Skype has a new design that is substantially similar to the desktop version. In addition, the stability was improved. Complained to the user at version 1.0 yet about the lack of stability of the app, it works much better in version 2 and will start in the event of a crash, even new. The new version also has the ability to send SMS from Skype inserted. So from now on Skype 2.0 offers all the options that are available for the desktop version.
Some problems remain to be resolved
Even if Skype 2.0 works much better than it was previously under Google's mobile operating system is the case, there are still some problems to be solved by Skype. There are, for example, partially halting calls over Wi-Fi, conversation crashes when switching from WLAN to UMTS or login problems. A portion of the outstanding issues have included the developers in their blog. The mobile version of Skype you can now download in Google's Marketplace.