Skype has released a new update (v4.9) for their iOS app which brings free and unlimited video messaging and stability improvements. Jump over the break to check out a full changelog. » Skype For iOS v4.9 Comes With Free & Unlimited Video Messaging and More
Skype released a solid update for both its iPhone and iPad applications with some UI changes, a fix that makes one-on-one chats, the ability to quickly dismiss your recent chats as “read” and a “beautiful new calling experience” thanks to the new interface. » Skype Updated With All New Calling Experience
Skype for iPad has just been updated with a new feature that gives you the ability to move your own video preview. Beautiful and simple, this is Skype built especially for the iPad. Call, video call, or instant message anyone on Skype. Plus, if you add a little Skype Credit, call landlines and mobiles at really low rates.
-New feature: ability to move own video preview
-App auto restarts if unexpectedly shutdown
-New sign in screen
-Other minor UI improvements
-Bug fixes » Skype For iPad Updated With New Function & Bug Fixes
With Skype on your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad, you can make and receive calls, and instant message anyone else on Skype, wherever they are in the world. You can also save on international calls and text messages to phones. Skype is free to download and easy to use. With the latest version, you can now call over 3G, and keep Skype running in the background. But the best new feature enables you to make video calls for free.
» Skype For iPhone 3.0 Now With Video Calls
The iPhone App Skype has been updated “to 2.0” and now allows calls using AT&T’s 3G data network. Unfortunately there is also some bad news. VoIP calls over AT&T’s 3G data network is only free till “at least” August 2010, after that you need a mobile subscription. The quality of Voice Calls over 3G is surprisingly good. There is no information about how much the mobile subscription will cost.
The Washington Post reports that AT&T may be planning to announce support for Skype, Google Voice, and other related Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services over its mobile networks, including via Apple’s iPhone. » Skype And Google Voice Allowed By AT&T?
Saurik has published a post in Cydia explaining the issues that users are having with Skype and MobileSubstrate. Hit the break to see the complete message.
» Skype and MobileSubstrate Issues Explained by Saurik