Skype has updated its iPhone and iPad apps, adding support for HD video calling on both devices, as well as other "general fixes and improvements" and better support for the iOS 7 beta.
- Audio and video call quality and stability improvements.
- Make HD (720p) quality video calls from your iPhone 5 or iPad 4 (iOS devices with Retina display).
- A new, easier to use country code selector on the dialpad.
- Stability improvements for users of iOS 7 beta. We realize that some of you are using iOS 7 beta and have been experiencing some instability with Skype – this release fixes some of the major issues you were facing. We hope you find this update a significant improvement, and we will offer full iOS 7 support when it’s officially released.
Apple introduced front-facing cameras capable of HD 720p video in the iPhone 5 and the fourth-generation iPad and iPad mini.
Skype is a free download for the iPhone and iPad. [Direct Links: iPhone, iPad]
Top Rated Comments
Watch it be 720p but still with ridiculously lossy compression as usual. I can't stand Skype.
Not everyone discusses their secret plans to hijack a nuclear missile over Skype, so they're not too worried.
apart from the safari icon i think iOS 7 is beautiful :D
Seriously bro so what are you gonna do cease all connections to the outside world and completely cut off all social interactions...
After the recent NSA revelations, we shouldn't even talk to the wind.