Skype for Android gets updated to version 5.5
Skype has rolled out a new version for Android devices. The messenger software brought along some changes in the version 5.5 update.
For example, the login page has been updated. While logging in, you can choose to “Save Password” so that when you are logging in after you sign out next time, you needn’t enter a password or username again.
Another feature Skype for Android version 5.5 ports from the PC app is Web Links. The feature scans links published inside chats and places the web page’s title and a short description under the link.
The update is available to download on the Google Play Store via the source link above.
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