Yesterday the Skype app for Windows Phone received an update, but there was no changelog included. Finally today Skype has released a list of changes made to the app in the 2.1 update. The biggest thing is actually the removal of a feature. In this update Skype has removed integration with the People Hub due to device stability, They are working with Windows Phone to get the problem sorted out.
Other changes in 2.1 include improved reliability of presence and notifications when the app is closed, improved call reliability, and they fixed some chat timestamp issues. Autocomplete/correct is now available in the chat keyboard, and buddies from Live messenger are included in the people list. All in all this is a very nice update as long as missing the People Hub integration isn’t a deal breaker. This is one reason why we wish Microsoft would implement some way for developers to easily post changelogs in app updates, like how Google does in the Play Store.