Skype introduces VoIP on Android; hack makes 3G calling possible

Skype's VoIP calling software is now available for all Android devices, and the app has already been hacked to enable calling over 3G since it is only officially available in WiFi mode in the U.S.

Just days after Skype launched Skype for Android to the Android Market for version 2.1 of the operating system, a hack was available for download. Users have to download the hacked .apk file after uninstalling the existing Skype app and then manually install the modified application.

Previously, the software was limited to Verizon-based Android handsets.

For more:
- see this intomobile post
- read this PC World report

Related articles:
Verizon acknowledges Skype WiFi glitch on Android phones
Google denies rejecting Skype app for Android
Verizon teams with Skype for VoIP application

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