Skype on iPhone and iPad gets photo sharing update
The latest version of the application lets you send images you've taken on your device to your Skype contacts, and there are no email size limits or the risk of paying expensive MMS charges.
Of course normal data charges will apply.
You can already send photos, and other files, with the desktop version of Skype, but with people often taking their iPhone or iPad out and about with them, this update will let you send images when away from your desk.
The Skype update will also make it use less battery power, enabling you to leave it running in the background and receive messages and calls direct.