Skype's Two-Way Video Chat Arrives on 17 More Android Devices

Skype's 2.1 Android app supports a wide range of phones and tablets now, including Samsung's Galaxy S, S II and Galaxy Tab; HTC's Desire, Thunderbolt, Sensation and EVO 3D and 4G; plus a bunch of Sony Ericsson devices. [AndroidMarket via AndroidPolice] » 8/04/11 5:40am 8/04/11 5:40am

Skype's Android App Does Two-Way Video Chat Over 3G

Skype's app has been updated for Android to version 2.0, bringing along two-way video chat between Android phones, plus to iPhones, Macs, Windows and TVs. It works over both 3G and Wi-Fi, and is a free download now. [Android Market] » 6/30/11 6:20am 6/30/11 6:20am

Skype's Android App Now Does VoIP Calling Over 3G

A small bit rather significant update has been pushed to the Skype Android app, allowing VoIP calls to be made over 3G, rather than just Wi-Fi. This won't affect Verizon customers, who already had usage of the app over 3G. [Android Community] » 4/20/11 7:30am 4/20/11 7:30am

Simple Hack Allows American Androids to Skype Over 3G

Android users (except for those on Verizon) were understandably excited to hear that the Skype app was now available—until they discovered that it can only be used over Wi-Fi in the US. Fear not, friends, there's a hack! » 10/07/10 12:10pm 10/07/10 12:10pm

Skype Lands on Android Phones Running Eclair or Higher

It seems unfathomable that Skype didn't have an app for Android until now*, but it's true. Phones running Android 2.1 or 2.2 can download the free app now, for free Skype-to-Skype calls, IM and more. » 10/05/10 5:50am 10/05/10 5:50am