Skype pushed out an update to their apps for iPhone and iPad adding highly desired support for Bluetooth headsets, somewhat desired camera stabilization for the iPhone, and not quite as desired advertising.
Bluetooth support means no more getting caught up in cords or having to share your conversation with everyone in the room over the speaker. This applies to both the iPhone and iPad versions of the app, so using your data-only iPad as a phone just got a little easier.
Camera stabilization only applies to the iPhone and only on the rear camera, presumably due to resolution requirements. It’s not magic, but as shown in this video demo, it is quite an improvement.
Last but not least, if you’re not paying for the privilege of using Skype (i.e., don’t have active Skype credit or aren’t paying for premium service or a subscription), the Skype update will now serve you advertising to help cover your freeloading. Yeah, life is tough that way.
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