Skype on Facebook is surely going to be a really big deal.
Are you fond of using the video chat via Skype? If so, which one will you most prefer to use the Skype, on your Facebook account or on your Samsung Galaxy S2?
Recent articles on various sites report that there is an emerging competition on utilizing the video chat. Lately, the rivalry was known to be between Facebook and Samsung Galaxy S2.
In our previous discussion, we have talked about the selection of Samsung Galaxy S2 as one of the Android handsets that will be ported with Skype video chat.
However, the announcement of Facebook that they will also have the integration of Skype video chat has led us into thinking of its possible results. Will there be a stiff competition between a social-network and a mobile device?
Truly, we are full of queries in mind, but the Christian Science Monitor comments that in this competition, Facebook will most likely capture the user’s choice.
This is for the reason that Facebook is currently has the largest users all over the world. Aside from its user friendly, it is freer from the carriers’ traffic and together with Google it has change the course of telecommunication.
In addition, it is more practical to have the Skype via Facebook than on a mobile device as the Skype requires the Internet connection before video chatting will be available.
So, instead of paying two bills, you can reduced your budget by making video calls over the web. Comparably, video chatting via Skype in mobile handsets is not a usual thing that everyone does with their phones, but it goes handy with a device on your hand.
Nevertheless, the Skype on Facebook will open the 750 million access worldwide, but video chatting can only be done if your connected to the Internet.
So, do you like Facebook’s new feature? How would you consider this new feature in your device?