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Skype gets upgraded for Symbian, includes N8 support

Chris Ziegler
December 8, 2010
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You know what's awesome? Versions of Skype's mobile app that don't arbitrarily restrict you to WiFi networks. If you're in the US, you won't find such an app on Android devices -- but you will find it on Symbian, where the company has just released a re-upped build with new features and support for more phones. Specifically, the N8, C7, and E5 are all in the mix now, along with access to Skype's new SILK codec that offers a potent combo higher voice quality and improved bandwidth efficiency. It's also got a tweaked UI along with better contact and profile management -- so yeah, if you're a Symbian user, odds are very good you're going to want to grab this.

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