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Old November 25th, 2012, 03:16 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by dvhttn View Post
You might want to define what you mean by "sucked big time" ... after all, if you're complaining about picture quality, for instance, the problems could al be to do with the quality of service you were having at the time, something that Skype can't control. And as Skype is owned by Microsoft there is no other app, but I could be mistaken, that can "tap into the Skype network". You'd need an alternative.

It was audio only and it was over wifi. I use Skype on a computer hooked to the same wifi with no problems.

I had Nokia N900 (Maemo OS) before and there was an app that could have connected to multitude of networks - Skype, jabber, facebook, gtalk, you name it. There are apps like that for Windows - Trillian, QIP - 2 that I know of So I was expecting a similar app for Android.

Actually, just googled Trillian and it seems it's supported on Android, so that would be a way. Let's see....
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