Skype iOS apps hit v4.0

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Skype v4.0 has announced the availability of fresh update to its iPhone / iPod Touch and iPad clients. When can I have this update on my iPad 2?

Answered By 0 points N/A #137523

Skype iOS apps hit v4.0


Good day Kenneth,

Skype version 4.0 has been updated for IOS apps’ iPhone and iPad that has new enhanced glance in the general layout and IM screens. The best thing about this is that, it has been fixed some technical errors and fixed stability bugs and issues.

New and improved features in Skype for IOS apps. 

  • Capability to be in motion own video preview
  • App auto resumes if unexpectedly shut down
  • Enhanced accessibility
  • Improved stability
  • Updated layout for contacts and messages
  • New sign in screen

It also has extra negligible UI improvements and Bug fixes. You can download Skype for iPhone and iPad version 4.0 (free) starting today. However, Skype has ended its support for the iPhone 3G in this latest version.

I hope this information helps,

Mark Amna

Answered By 573125 points N/A #137524

Skype iOS apps hit v4.0


The latest version of Skype for iPhone is version 5.11 released on March 9, 2015. Skype for iPhone 5.11 requires iOS 7.0 or higher and supports iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. The app is optimized for iPhone 5, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus. In case you are using iOS 6 or older, you can update your Skype to the last compatible version by tapping “install/update” and then just follow the instructions.

To download the latest version, visit Skype for iPhone. Though this is the latest from Skype, it has received several negative feedbacks from its users or reviewers. Like for example the missed calls, it will take days before a missed call shows up in the conversation. It’s like having a 50/50 chance of getting a user notified that he or she is receiving a call.

Though voice calls got improved with clarity, the problem now is with the dropped calls. Video calls were even worse because a user reported that it is pixilated on his handset and others also reported the same.

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