Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Install and Setup Skype App

Make a video call is one of the ability owned by the Samsung Galaxy SIII. This feature utilize the front-facing camera and 3G network to works. By using this feature, you will not only be able to hear the voice but also see the person you call.

See also: How to Make a Video Call on Samsung Galaxy S3

Unfortunately, some of carrier has no video call option included in them resulting the user can't make a video call by using the stock Phone app. But, if you still want to do so, there are some third-party apps which will allow you to do that thing. The popular ones is Skype app. Aside from allowing you to make a video calls, this app also allows you to make a voice call to the cell phones or landlines--either local or international--, send messages or files, etc.

How to install and set up Skype app?
Below are the complete steps to do so:
  1. Download Install Skype - free IM & video calls app for free through the Google Play Store.
  2. Once the installation is completed, launch the app.
  3. If you already have an existing Skype account, enter your Skype name and Password then tap Sign in button. If not, you can create a new Skype account by tapping Create a Skype account then follow the on screen instruction.
  4. If this is the first time you use the app, then you may be prompted to accept the terms of agreement and may be offered a tour to let you know how the app works--you can skip the tour--. You'll also get the preset option to sync your contacts, do so, then tap the Continue button.
  5. If the Skype name and password you have entered is correct, then now you're ready to use the app to make and receive video calls, chat and share multimedia files with your Skype contacts.
  6. To sign out, tap the Profile icon in the Skype's main screen, tap the Menu key then select Sign out.

Well, by knowing how to do this step, at least now you have one more option to make a video calls if your phone has no option to do so and you can also utilize all the abilities owned by the app according to your need. So, hope this helps :)

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