Imperfect Skype VoIP Android App

Skype has acknowledged some of the faults in its original VoIP app for the Android by releasing an update.

Based on user feedback a number of changes were made to Skype for Android 1.0. These included support for 240x400-pixel and 320x240-pixel (QVGA) screen resolutions and for the hardware back button. One of the major changes has been to make the app use less battery when it is inactive.

Yet the new Skype VoIP telephony app for Android smartphones is far from perfect according to CNET.

"The response to changes based on user feedback has been lukewarm overall. Although Skype
has done work to improve stability, some known issues remain. For instance, Skype links do not open automatically in the native browser for Android 2.0 and 2.1 phones. Moreover speakerphone issues still exist for some phones in the Galaxy S series."
For a full list of the known issues with the VoIP app for Android look on the Skype website.

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