On the 1st Day of July 2013 Skype has updated it’s Android app and this time it was a complete overhaul of the app User Interface With the introduction of Skype 4.0. The folks at Skype mention it as the special presentation for Android users after hitting the gigantic 100M download figure.
The new version of the Skype App has been made more fancy with the addition of a total new Interface. When you sign in you will land on the recent conversation page where you will find all the contacts listed whom you made any contact in the recent times. This feature may help you quickly start back up with chatting without wasting any time in searching the contacts. It may even remind you what was you talking with that particular contact in the list. The next tab is the favorite tab where you can add your favorite people from the list.
Skype 4.0 for Android is much more sleek and faster as compared to the current version. The developers seem to work hard on it in making it a whole new app with new look and feel. From the latest design it seems that the folks at Skype have concentrated more on stability, performance and load time of the app.
The Skype team is even more eager to add more features in the current app in future, as we found these lines on the official Skype blog, “ This release is just the beginning. We have more updates in the coming months and year ahead to make Skype for Android even more reliable, reachable, and mobile-friendly. So keep watching, and we’ll keep you up to date as we roll out further improvements.“
- No, seriously. Quite literally everything. We took a closer look at all the ways people use Skype, and used that insight to lovingly redesign and rebuild a shiny new Skype for Android.
- Got an Android tablet? Don’t worry if you don’t see any changes, yours are just around the corner…
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A unified look on multiple platforms is something a lot of companies could benefit from. Good work, Skype.