Skype Adds Screen Share Feature On iOS And Android

Microsoft has added a new Screen Share feature on Skype, where users can share their phone screens live with the members on this video calling App. The feature is currently available in the beta versions of the App for both iOS and Android. It will be useful for people to share any important slides or presentations with their office colleagues or while explaining something to a family member. Read More

Skype Maxes Out Group Video Calling To 50 Users

Skype has extended the number of users who can use group video calling from 25 to 50. This means that the double number of users can now call at the same time, which was not possible previously on this popular application. With this new update, Skype is leaving no room for it’s competitors like Apple’s FaceTime, which can handle up to 32 users. Read More

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Skype Launches A Lightweight App For The Indian Market

Much recently Google has been making lighter versions of their Apps for the low-end smartphones. Also, Facebook took the jump by launching a simpler and faster App consuming less data which was aimed specifically for the Indian market. And now, Microsoft has decided to join the bandwagon with an optimised version of Skype, a much needed relief for Indian users. Read More

Skype Launches Skype 5.0: Remastered For iPhone

skypeEarlier this week, Microsoft, in its Skype blog, announced Skype’s new version for iOS. The new version, Skype 5.0, will have a streamlined design with improved performance. As communicated in their blog,  Microsoft has launched the new update “Skype 5.0: Remastered for iPhone” in the iOS App Store. The new update currently comes for the iPhone; iPad version is still awaited. Read More

How to – Downgrade to Skype 2.8 on Mac

skype 5.0Skype recently released Skype 5.0 beta for Mac, and users who tested the new version were completely furious about the design changes. The new version of Skype complicated things, and made the most basic features like calling people, so hard. The user interface was a complete disaster, and for those who want to downgrade back to the usable Skype 2.8, get it from here. Read More