It has been a long time coming but now Skype is available “on a wide range of Android phones”. The get the bad news out of the way first, Skype has only been tested on HTC and Motorola devices with Android OS 2.1 and above. Right now there are some log-in issues with the Samsung Galaxy S, and Skype are “looking to address these in the future.” Shame, because I have a Galaxy S and wanted to try the thing before I posted. Anyway, onto the good news… Skype for Android allows you to make free Skype-to-Skype calls as you…

Back in November 2009 we brought you the news that Skype and Verizon were teaming up to create a phone together. The only thing we could think of at the time was a device aimed towards video chat and Skype related communication. Since Saygus made their original statement, out of the blue, the specification list has changed somewhat. The new specifiction list originates from Androidspin.com. However, the changes are not too drastic. We’re quite impressed that Saygus has kept true to their announcement in any regard, since they are an unknown American manufacturer, and as yet, unproven. The processor was…

The word on the street is that Skype are soon to release a native VoIP client for JAVA-enabled phones, including Android. Among others, ‘Skype Lite’ will also function on Sony Ericsson, Nokia and Samsung devices taking the total number of handsets that will benefit from the release to over 100. The new application has (allegedly) already been submitted to Google’s Android Market, and will become available for download over the next few days. There is no official word from Skype on this news yet, but according to SkypeJournal, there was a leaked embargoed story over at CNET (which is no…