Skype for iPhone app now supports Video Calling over Wi-Fi and 3G

It has been a long time (since Apple revealed the iPhone 4) that the video calling on mobile Skype had been rumoured but it nobody knew when that was supposed to happen. Today, Skype broke the suspense by making an official announcement about Video calling available on Skype iPhone app.

The latest version of the iPhone app Skype 3.0 is available from the app store.

Video Calling available on Skype iPhone app 3.0

You can place video calls from Skype iPhone app on your iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, and 4th-generation iPod touch. iPad and 3rd-generation iPod touch users can receive video calls from others. The video calls can be made over both Wi-Fi and 3G. This has an edge over Apple’s FaceTime technology which is currently limited to Wi-Fi calling only.

Video calling on Skype iPhone app 3.0

On iOS devices with two cameras (iPhone 4 and 4th Gen iPod touch), you can stream video from either of the cameras. While iPhone 3GS users, of course, can only stream video from that device’s sole rear-facing camera.

Using the Skype iPhone app, you can connect to the other users on their iOS devices or to the ones using their computers also. through video call on the You can download the Skype App version 3.0 at the

Those who are already using the Skype iPhone, they can upgrade to the latest version Skype 3.0 from the update notification in the Apple app store.

Skype iPhone app upgrade 3.0 available in the app store

Video calling is one of the most awaited features from Skype. Moreover, the Skype app andร‚ย  the video calling feature is totally free. If you are already using this awesome app, go ahead and download it from the link below:

iTunes link for Skype 3.0

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  1. Great feature! I was waiting for it for ages. The best thing done for Skype on iOS, after the update for multitasking. A friend of mine, who travels a lot uses it on his iPhone, and he finds it quite convenient. He can have a video conversation with his family while on the train ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Hi Stevy,

      Thanks for commenting. Yes, I am also finding it very useful as I am currently in the UK and with Skype always running in the background, it is easy for my loved ones, back in India to call me any time for free ๐Ÿ™‚ And, the video calling feature is awesome… on the go… ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. I have tried to use Skype video calling over 3G network but it was not working properly for me. I always got “lost connection” just thinking may be my Cell Phone Carrier is not good.

    • Hi Jim,

      I use Skype video calling quite a lot and I havent faced any major issues so far… yes might be your carries… I am using O2 UK and experience has been quite good so far ๐Ÿ™‚


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