Upgraded Skype mobile App steps in for Symbian

Skype App Symbian Previously, we had penned down about the enticing Skype mobile app hitting Verizon Wireless handsets, including select prepaid smartphones. The official Skype blog has now disclosed details about its improved and upgraded app for Symbian.

The newest version lends support to various new Symbian handsets, including the Nokia N8, C7 and E5. The app flaunts SILK which is Skype’s high quality audio codec, thereby enabling owners to enjoy an uninterrupted communication experience even in low-bandwidth connection.

The sharing experience is uplifted since owners can share images, videos and other files through their handsets. Users can also effortlessly make free Skype-to-Skype calls and enjoy IM on 3G or Wi-Fi. Further, individuals can stay connected with their friends and family residing at distant places.

The update boasts of various interface improvements, making it simpler to add contacts, navigate, add a photo to the profile and set mood messages. The newest interface flawlessly fits larger screens.

Users can download this interesting app on their mobile phones from the official website.