Skype on mobiles: Now make free video calls.

Yes, you read it right! You can now avail free calls on your very own mobile phone with the help of Skype. With all the latest gadgets that are currently being announced in the mobile industry, one would love to buy the device that avails all the latest and best features that make full use of the innovations in technology that have occurred over the last few years.Who doesn’t love Skype? It helps each and every one of us connect to our beloved ones in far-off places and have video chats with them. It helps in eliminating the feeling of distance between people, no matter where they might be in the world.


Now that the world has become more fast-paced and globalized than ever, one has ability to look and talk to their loved ones at least once in a while and this has been delivered as a boon for us by the Skype. Till now, Skype has been usable only through a laptop or a computer but it has now made its way into the mobile world making it much easier and merrier for people to communicate with their dear ones.With the new advancements being done in the field of gadgets, Skype has designed a software which will provide its compatibility to mobile phones, therefore enabling an easier and more portable way of communication. You can now carry around a device which will enable you to not only stay in touch, but communicate effectively on the go.




With the development of Skype mobile, mobile phones are now being provided with a front camera along with a rear camera that will help in enabling ideal video communication between people. This has become helpful not only for continuous communique with dear ones but also provided a wider range of options for communication during meetings or in the business arena as well. Remember a time when one had to travel from one corner of the world to another in order to attend a meeting that cannot be ignored? Skype in mobiles will help in removing this particular problem by enabling you to stay in contact even while on the go.


Skype has delivered a chance to communicate not only through calls but also through instant text messaging facility. Skype offers both a paid and non-paid subscription facility and thereby helps users in customizing the features the way they want. Users have the facility to perform free calls, be it audio or video with the help of Skype as long as the other person has Skype downloaded in their mobile too. In case this is not the situation, you can go for a paid subscription that enables calls directly to a mobile phone of the person you want to talk to.


The host of facilities that are provided through Skype mobile is not over yet. With the high availability of 3G, users will be eligible for the use of free video calling facilities even when there is no WiFi. The best part of these facilities is that they are of a very low or no cost, as 3G does not cost to activate and use and Skype can be used freely in the presence of a Wi-Fi connection in the nearby areas anyway. It is no wonder, then, that Skype has become one of the most widely-used applications, and can be easily downloaded through the internet. It can enable a good quality audio call as well as clear video calls. Moreover, you can make calls to land-line phones at very low costs and also send various types of files, be it images, videos or audio files to another person who also has Skype installed on their mobile devices.


The only limitations when using Skype is that devices which run Android 2.2 or lower versions are not eligible as they cannot use a front camera. For android mobiles that are of the versions 2.3 or more, there is no hassle and video communication can be availed. However, a data plan or a Wi-Fi connection is advisable in order to avoid any kind of operator charges for usage. All in all, it is an ideal app that can maintain continuous communication.

Author: Kunal Kumar

Kunal Kumar is the editor of BinaryDay. An avid geek, he is usually found browsing through the Interwebs to get the latest news in the world of technology and gadgets.

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