Skype announced a new update to its Symbian app which adds support to new Nokia phones and promises better audio quality.
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In a blog post by Skype’s Project Manager for Android and Symbian Apps, Mark Douglas said, “We’ve just released an update to our Symbian app which adds support for the new Symbian phones, including the Nokia N8, C7 and E5.”
“It includes SILK, our high quality audio codec, which should help make sure your calls are crystal clear, even when you’re on a low-bandwidth connection,” added Douglas.
Other new features include interface improvements to better fir large screens, adding a photo to a profile and setting mood messages.
The Skype app for Symbian lets a user make free Skype-to-Skype calls and IM on 3G or Wi-Fi and allow users to share pictures, videos and other files from your phone
To download, visit skype.com/m from your mobile.