Skype comes to Android tablets
Skype has released an update of much importance, intended for users of tablets with Android operating system, providing them with support, support, and of course, a stunning new interface that takes advantage of the large size of their screens. Something that no doubt many were expecting.
Skype comes to version 3.0 and the Android operating system with this great innovation, trying to cope with the much-criticized fragmentation in this platform to provide users of different models of this tablet support official application that is undoubtedly the most used VoIP client in the world.
That said, for now are just a few tablets that have Skype for Android support, especially the most popular on the market, but its leaders say they will gradually supporting more and more models. So far supported devices are:
- Samsung Galaxy Tab 2.
- Google Nexus 7.
- Acer Iconia Tab.
- ASUS Transformer Prime.
- Motorola Xoom.
- Sony Tablet S.
So far all tablets with 7-inch screens had support for Skype, but the interface used in these was the same as the mobile version. Its makers solved this with a renewed interface, maximizing the large screen size of tablets with this OS, and counting equally with all its spectacular features like video calls, calls to mobile phones or fixed sending and receiving IM chat group, among others.
You can download Skype 3.0 for free from the Google Play Store .Tags: Android, Skype