Microsoft releases Skype 2.5 for Windows Phone 8, features general improvements
Microsoft has rolled out an update to its Skype app for Windows Phone 8 users. Microsoft recently added HD video support to Skype 2.4 for Windows Phone 8, and now the company has rolled out several fixes to the app and bumping the version to 2.5.
The only new feature in Skype 2.5 for Windows Phone 8 is the default enabling of Message notifications for Messenger buddies. Other than that, we see a lot of general improvements. Skype no longer crashes on startup for some users who signed in via a Microsoft Account. Contact names in Messages are no longer separated with 20% rather than space.
The Video call button is no longer disabled after accepting incoming contact request. The occasional stretching of full screen local video preview has been resolved. And finally, the update features a fix to the occasional zooming in of incoming 720p video on portrait mode.
It also seem that Skype 2.5 for Windows Phone 8 is no longer considered a preview or beta version, as the “preview” tag has been dropped. Hit the download link below to snag this updated app or simply update the app if you have it installed.Skype, Windows Phone, Windows Phone 8