Microsoft has updated its Skype for Android app to version 7.05 which brings support for two new languages, Hebrew and Arabic.
Skype says that if the user’s device is already set for Arabic or Hebrew, they can simply update the app to automatically use the OS language next time they sign. The new languages will bring native right-to-left experience for the first time.
“We are excited to announce Skype 7.05 for Android, which brings new language support for two right-to-left (RTL) scripts, Arabic and Hebrew as well as general improvements and fixes,” Skype says.
Skye adds that “to support Arabic and Hebrew, many apps simply mirror their existing left-to-right UI, but at Skype we’ve recreated every transition animation, and optimized our navigation to deliver the best native right-to-left user experience.”
Skype 7.05 for Android is now available in the Play Store. Users can download or update now, the company says