Release Notes: A new Conversations View and a new Call View have been introduced. Audio and video call quality has been improved. Webcam support has been extended. Chat synchronization has been improved. New presence and emoticon icons have been added. The ability to store and view phone numbers has been introduced. Several crash and freeze scenarios have been resolved. Loading of the chat history is now much faster.
Release Notes: Support was added for high quality video, for Skype's SILK audio codec, for PulseAudio, for sending of SMSs, for contact groups, and many other features. Many minor improvements and bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: This version includes support for non-accelerated (regular X11) video output for video calls, extra debugging information for video problems, and a slew of bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release brings the much awaited video feature to Skype for Linux, as well as some other minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release includes Skype's own audio library, animated emoticons, call forwarding, and many other changes and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release includes the ability to create new accounts, emoticons in chat, dialpad functionality, technical call info, birthday reminders, numerous bugfixes, and access to the Skype public API via X11 and D-BUS, allowing users to write 3rd-party extensions and utilities for Skype.
Release Notes: This release includes greatly improved audio quality, a completely new user interface (written in Qt 4), and numerous bugfixes and improvements.