Skype has updated their mobile chat application for the Android to include support for the 7-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab. The new updated application is available for download to a total of 17 devices as long as they are running on Android 2.2 or greater (no Honeycomb support).
The Skype for Android application supports video calling, voice calling, and instant messaging. Although if you want to use the application you’ll first need to get yourself a Skype user account, it’s free, on Skype.com. After you get your user account activated you can start using Skype’s free chatting services, but you’ll need to have people added as contacts before you can actually communicate with anyone. The Skype service is capable of making calls to landlines and mobile phones at an extra charge but if you don’t want that you’ll be contacting people using special Skype contact numbers.
If you want to download the application this instant just head over here to the Android Market where Skype for Android is free to download.