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For quite some time BlackBerry and iPhone users have been able to use Skype from their devices. This wasn't true on Android ...
phones, at least not with a Skype-specific application. Now there's Skype Mobile that unlocks the power of Skype on Android phones.
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How to use Skype on your Android phone
Michael Callahan: Hi this is Michael Callahan Dir File Finder and welcome to your butterscotch.com tutorial and how to use Skype on your Android phone. Horizon Wireless released a version of Skype mobile for all of their Android phones, see it here in the Android market, it's free. I already have it installed, so we'll go to that and see you here it starts to load, welcome to Skype Mobile, enjoy free calls and instant messages to anyone who has Skype and low rates of cell phone and landlines abroad and we tap continue, while we do that, we get a lot of the legal information and so on. I want to read through that and when you scroll to the bottom, tap accept, it also tells you after you say accept, that Skype is not a replacement for your ordinary telephone and cannot be used for emergency calling, accept that, and then we get presented with our regular Skype screen.
So we'll log in now I've got that information typed in to tap sign in and you will see it presents me with a dialogue that shows that Skype Mobile doesn't currently work on Wi-Fi and requires to switch to your data from Horizon Wireless. So I'll tap the turn off Wi-Fi button, tap sign in again and now you see I am signing in. So now we've signed in, here are my Skype contacts, you tap on events, tap on call phones, here is where you would enter the phone numbers that you want to call, include the country and the area code, and then when you are ready click down here what is call just call your phone. Go back to your contact screen, if you tap the menu key, you see that you can change your status from online to way to do not disturb or to make yourself invisible, I'll be online.
You can tap the menu key again, you can set your mood, you can add a contact, you can get Skype credit, you can edit your profile, if you tap more, you can sign out or you can go into settings and we'll tap on settings, you see the quite a few different options, notifications, automatic signs in, have it start automatically when you start your phone. You can have show your phone contact if you wish, it receives calls from anyone, you can determine what you want. So here are a wide range of settings that you can choose for yourself. So this is a handy way to use Skype from your Android phone and that's all there is to it.
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