Skype for Android has been updated with improvements to video quality during calls and power consumption and battery wear, especially on Tegra 2 phones and tablets. Additionally, users can now share photo and video files with other contacts. With the new software version, more devices now support Skype video chat including the HTC Amaze 4G, Motorola DROID 4, and Motorola DROID RAZR.
The updates to the app offer even more functionality and efficiency to users, but perhaps my favorite is the addition of a dedicated logout button found at the top right corner of the homescreen. Previous versions of Skype have had some issues when it comes to something as simple as signing out of an account, but those problems should be history.
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