No! Skype, which is now the property of Microsoft will not be exclusive for WP7 or something like that. Today’s release shows us that Skype is indeed going to continue its support and will update its client on various platforms. Skype 2.0 for Android finally brings the video call support. The iOS version of Skype has already got this feature.
But similar to Netflix and Hulu, Skype’s video call feature will support only a limited number of Android devices – in this case only four: HTC Desire S, Sony Ericsson Xperia neo, Sony Ericsson Xperia pro and the Google Nexus S. All other Android Smartphones can still enjoy all the new features and enhancements of Skype 2.0.
The redesigned UI lets you change your Skype profile details right from your Android device, set your mood status, send SMS, make calls using the dial pad, check the balance of your Skype Credit and, of course, make video calls.
What are you waiting for? Head over to Android Market, install the app and call your buddies on any Skype friendly device.