If you use Microsoft's Skype communication service on Android, you are going to see another update in Google Play. The company has rolled out a new feature and app improvements on Google's mobile platform. This update has been sent out quietly, without an official announcement, although it does get a changelog. It is focused on delivering changes that Microsoft says were based on feedback from users. Arguably the most significant addition is full support for Android call intents. This is an Android feature that allows users to tap on a phone number in an app or browser to make a call directly with Skype. To do so, you will need to have Skype Credit and press any phone number to see the call option. In terms of new features, that's it. As always, Microsoft has delivered undescribed stability and reliability improvements. The update is available no on the Google Play Store.
Skype for Android Update Brings Call Intent Support
Users on Android can now click phone numbers in apps and browsers and make direct calls with Skype thanks to this latest update.