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Everyone’s favorite VoIP service, Skype, has rolled out a fresh update to its iPhone / iPod Touch and iPad clients. First off, the Microsoft-owned outfit added a revamped login screen to both iOS applications, and now offers the ability to move your vid preview around the screen — much like FaceTime does. To go along with the new pair of features, Skype’s changelog also notes the app will now automatically restart after a sudden crash, while other undisclosed enhancements were made to improve the overall UI, stability and accessibility. Of note, Skype v4 requires folks to be running iOS 4.3 or later. So, those of you keeping that Cupertino OS current can hit either of the iTunes links below to get the goods, or grab it from the App Store on your device.
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It’s funny. Every time a new version of Android rolls out, I get all excited and giddy, dreaming of double rainbows and a stable platform. Then I install it and slowly discover my dreams were not realized and the latest tasty Android treat isn’t what I hoped for. It happened Donut, Eclair, and Froyo.
Apparently LG agrees with my feeling about 2.2 because, well, the South Korean company delayed its tablet simply because the release wasn’t stable enough. They’re going to wait until something better comes along. Seriously.
LG official to Reuters,
We plan to introduce a tablet that runs on the most reliable Android version … We are in talks with Google to decide on the most suitable version for our tablet and that is not Froyo 2.2.
The Android tablet has seen some major setbacks as of late. Google themselves said that 2.2 isn’t meant for tablets. HP officially scrapped its Android tablet plans. Android tablet’s future doesn’t look peachy when the aforementioned reports are combined with the fact that the vast majority of Android tablets are simply underdeveloped iPad clones, developed just to make a quick buck.
The Internet seems to think that the next Android release will be the good one and even developed with tablets in mind. But just as in the past, the next version of Android always seems to promise the world and then just deliver incremental updates.