Skype, the world's largest web-chatting company is now mobile. For any Android that has a front facing camera, there is Skype.

The reason I am just now posting an article on the topic is, tegra-2 mobile devices (dual core processing) did not have the ability to access Skype. Recently, that has changed. Now we all are free to enjoy conversations with someone without having the stare at a wall.

Skype from the Android Market

This wonderful app is completely free, and available on any service provider. It is up there with the popular Google Talk and Qik.

3.5 out of 5. I like how easy it is to use and I like what it's about, but there are a lot of bugs that the developers just aren't fixing. It seems difficult to start a video chat and if you have any parameter restrictions like auto locked screen you could run into issues. I still enjoy it, however.

If you already have Skype on your computer (which is now owned by Microsoft [fun fact]) and friends you wish you could chat with while you're on your routine, get it from the market.
Don't take my word for it, check it out!

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