Skype has updated its Android app, that now supports the Samsung Galaxy S smartphone, as well as moving the app to the SD card. You can now use the app on your Samsung Galaxy S, as long as it's running Android OS 2.2 or later. You can find out how to update your phone on the Samsung website.
Store the app on your phone's SD card if it's running Android OS 2.2 or later. If you store the app on your SD card, the data Skype uses while the app is running is still stored on the internal memory of your phone. Skype says that in its app's case, this means a maximum of about 15 MB will be required from your phone's internal memory, even if you have moved the app to SD.
Skype 18.104.22.1689 for Android is a free 7.42 MB download from the Android Market, or scan the QR code below:
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