So I have heard from a tech colleague in my company about a new Skype that'S now used on our company campus. He was super excited about it because it was both mobile and very low on battery.
Any idea where I can download for my Android???
A friend of mine using Skype for String gave me a string attached to his cup and I tied it to my Android but I'm not getting any sound through it. Could be some questions here of cross-platform functionality that may need to be worked out in a future release...
I have been testing my Android phone's compatibility to work with Skype for String today.
The Skype for String signals I receive do not appear to be compatible with my mobile 3G frequencies. Could be bugs, or issues to sort out, or maybe just having a bad day (1st of April that is).
01-04-2012 15:30 - edited 01-04-2012 15:33
Considering current physics theories, isn't all hardware composed of strings? That would mean that Skype for String is the only version that has ever been and will ever be available.
If it gets really popular maybe you'll see some vacancies for string theorists opening up in London and elsewhere!
I heard a rumour that the "string theorists" are working on a new release of Skype for Strings to enhance the experience for those who have dual core Smartphones.
A second hole will be drilled into the cup at each end of the string line and a second string line (another dual-core string line connection) known as ADSL will boost the Skype for Strings connection.
I am looking forward to the release of the Quad Core smartphones Skype for Strings and I believe the (Skype for Strings) quad connectivity may involve some clever crochet development to prevent the Quad Skype for Strings from entanglement! So far, the development team have only achieved the "Knit 1, Pearl 1" Dual Core connectivity level, but are pushing to get to Quad level Skype for Strings.