Skype allows video calls in an upright position on Android tablets

A classic like Skype announced during last night, you just updated its application for Android and now allows you to perform video calls format portrait in the tablet with the operating system of Google. Good news for users of one of the basic resources today in virtually any computer or mobile device. We give all the detail of this latest update also includes of the new languages.


Having passed last November, 100 million downloads on Google Play, Skype has made ​​available to its users of a new version of its application for tablets and phones. Android brings also the possibility of conducting videoconferences portrait mode. As you know we can use this service to talk to anyone else on the platform, no matter what device is connected (Android, iPad, PC or Mac), provided you have Skype installed on it.

A video call this function, as we say now can be used in both landscape and portrait mode, is joined by other new features such as adding the service three languages: Portuguese, Norwegian and British English, improved application performance and following correction of bugs:

– Now you can answer calls while the screen is locked in the version of Android 4.1.

–  Skype already works with the proximity sensor of Android 4.2.

– The incoming call screen is now properly aligned in the Galaxy Nexus.

– Skype no longer fails as occasionally did before, when we are going backwards in Android 4.1 and 4.2.

In short, this version is intended mainly to bring new features to users of Android tablets, but it is recommended to upgrade, if your phone or tablet powered by Jelly Bean, as it is for all those who regularly use messaging services of Microsoft (Messenger, Hotmail and Outlook).