Skype has just updated its mobile application made for Symbian.
A new feature that’s included in the latest Skype for Symbian is SILK – a high quality audio codec that should provide crystal-clear calls, “even when you’re on a low-bandwidth connection.”
The app’s interface has been improved to better fit large screens, and to make it easier to navigate, add contacts or photos.
To get Skype, go to skype.com/m on your Symbian smartphone, or download it via SMS by entering your number here at Skype’s website.
Via Skype blog
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