When your Kindle Fire HD 8.9" is connected to a wireless network, you can use the front-facing web camera to make video calls to your friends or family with Skype.
Skype is a free app you can download from the Apps library on your Kindle Fire HD 8.9". In addition to video calls, you can use it to make free voice calls and send free instant messages to other Skype users.
The front-facing web camera allows you to make video calls to friends and family around the world using Skype.
Your Kindle Fire must be registered to your Amazon.com account and connected to a wireless network in order to set up Skype.
The Skype app only connects to other Skype applications. There are free Skype applications available for Windows, Mac, and every major mobile operating system. You can also use Skype to call regular domestic and international phone numbers. This requires you to buy Skype credits directly from Skype.
The Skype app only connects to other Skype applications, which are available for Windows, Mac, and most major mobile operating systems. You can also use Skype to call domestic and international phone numbers with Skype credits.
Once you're signed in, you can:
Before you begin using Skype to place video calls, you need to add people to your contact list.
The contact will be added to your contact list, and a request will be sent to your contact. Until the contact accepts your request, you will see a pending request icon next to their name.
You can search for contacts from the Home screen of the Skype app.
You have several sorting options for contacts from within the Skype app.
You can purchase and use Skype credit toward Skype services that cost money, such as calling mobile phones and landlines and International calling.
Follow these steps to remove the Skype app from your Kindle Fire HD 8.9".
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