Luxembourg — Skype says the company is all about keeping their promises. Just look to their blog where the VoIP company announced today the inclusion of Skype 2.1 on 17 Android devices.

The software update brings video-chatting support to a new set of smartphone devices, including the HTC Evo 3D and 4G, Samsung Galaxy S II and several other devices.

“For those of you using Android 2.2 (Froyo) and above, you should still be able to enable video calling in your Skype settings. Just go to ‘Skype settings’ after launching the app and select ‘enable video calling,’” the company wrote on their blog.

Skype warned that certain Android phones might not meet the minimum requirements for the update, and that quality may not run as well if a user’s system is running on Android 2.2 (Froyo).

In late June, the company unveiled video calling for certain Android devices, but promised greater support in the future. Their updated software now brings Skype’s technology capabilities to “the majority of Android headsets.”

Related Links: (Skype Blog)