Hack enables the Skype app for Android to work over 3G connections for US users

Hack enables the Skype app for Android to work over 3G connections for US users
Android users, with the exception of those with Verizon service, were probably extremely excited to see Skype once again available on the platform, but they were quickly surprised to find that voice and video calling only work through Wi-Fi.

However, it appears as though some hackers were quick in getting the functionality to work over 3G connections. And that's where we're at now now after a Droid Forums member released a new version of the Skype app for Android that enable Skype-to-Skype calls over 3G. Luckily, Android owners all around won't have to worry about hacking or rooting their phones to get it because you'll only need to down the Sideload program onto you computer.

Once you've got it installed on your handset, you'll be able to start living it up with the popular app.

via Gizmodo

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