Skype for Android will have advertising

Microsoft announced on Tuesday, 24, an update to its Skype for Android application. There is good and bad news for users of the service on the Google platform: the good news is that the company promises greater stability in calls over Wi-Fi; The bad thing is that ads are coming to the app.

Advertising is not yet visible for now, but Skype confirms that users with a free account will start seeing them within a few weeks. Probably, customers who pay for the service should have an ad-free experience.

Advertisements aside, the Wi-Fi issue improves a service annoyance. Now the screen will remain lit when the user dials a number, which will prevent the connection from being disconnected and the connection terminated.

The update brings new languages ​​to the application. There are 14 new languages ​​supported by Skype: Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Greek, Hungarian, Lithuanian, Lithuanian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovenian, Romanian, Turkish, Ukrainian and Vietnamese.

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