Big screen faced android phones have a very big issue of battery timing, have not they had it? You charge them, and you have to charge them again after a while. It usually happens when you are playing favorite game of yours, you are over Wi-Fi or when you are video calling. And things don’t go smooth? Today, we are going to update you with a news from Skype. They have finally delivered something big and have saved battery timing while you are on Skype.
The makers of Skype app has managed to seed an update which will improve battery time of your Android based smartphone. This new update from Skype for Android users allows Skype app to run on background with no or very little impact on the battery, even for a whole day! It is more of an all-day-opened app, all of us have been facing battery drainage issue with the consistent use of Skype. But, thanks to this new update, it seems it will make our lives easier than ever with giving this improvement in the battery performance. And they are proud of making Skype app where it is standing today.
I hope you are not much into group chatting; Skype has disabled temporarily instant notifications for group chat. The improvement of battery timing and disabling of group chat are somehow correlated. However, they will be enabling the group chat notifications soon. Meanwhile, to keep yourself updated you can sync group messages.
What else this new update holds?
- There is a fix for audio and video calling on tablets.
- Camera bugs for KitKat have been fixed too.
- You can now enlist all of your Windows Live Messenger contact in default Skype view.
So, what do you think these updates from the makers of Skype? Are you going to make trade-off between instant notifications for group chat and new updates? Share in the comment section below.
Source: Skype Blog