Skype expands, looks for iOS, Android developers
0. phoneArena 03 Dec 2010, 09:28 posted on
One of the most popual VoIP clients, Skype, started its way as a desktop program and is now found on most major mobile operating systems like iOS and Android. However, the app still misses some features and is now looking to hire 20 to 30 mobile engineers to join its team…
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1. Androidluv (Posts: 65; Member since: 13 Jul 2010)
Skype is cool but overrated. Google voice is everything Skype plus more. Google voice FTW!!!
2. clevername (Posts: 1407; Member since: 11 Jul 2008)
Tango is available on iOS as well for easy video calls over 3G to iPhone users and android users as well. Works better than video chat over fring, yahoo, and qik as well. Almost as easy as FaceTime and it's cross platform.
3. Jake K (unregistered)
Prefer Skype for routine at home phone calls. Like the separate software interface and it give me better voice quality through headphones and regular mic. Calls go thru most every time, whereas google talk (not voice) disconnects often. Traditional carrier services (ie landlines) much too expensive now plus you are forced to have contracts, pay more taxes, connection fees, long distance charges, and many other disadvantages.