Monday, April 25, 2011
Posted by Craig Horlacher in "Android News" @ 07:00 PM
"The new app, v220.127.116.113, brings the same 3G calling functionality as international users have been enjoying to the US, rather than limiting it to the Verizon version of the Skype app as has been the case until now."
Skype got in some hot water a few weeks ago for a security issue with their Android App. It made it easy for malicious apps to steal your private information. Who knows if this move is to help make up for that or if the timing is just a coincidence but 3G calling is what every non-Verizon Skype for Android user has been wanting since it's release and that feature is now available in the latest version. It still offers WiFi support as well but many should be happy to have 3G available as an option now. Do you use the 3G calling in Skype? How does it work for you?