Today we’re pleased to release Skype 7.13 for Mac. In this release, we focused on updating Skype to make sure the app supports Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan. We’ve also added support to the new Split View mode in El Capitan, which helps you with multitasking, such as planning a trip with a group of friends on Skype while browsing travel sites on the side. If you’ve already upgraded to OS X El Capitan, please download Skype for Mac today to continue to enjoy the best Skype experience.
We’ve also made it easier to automatically add friends that are also using Skype. Just go to Contacts and click Add Contacts. There you’ll see an option to automatically add people you know in your Mac or other address books. You can also verify your mobile number so that people who have it can easily find you on Skype.
Other key fixed and known issues include:
|Application||Fixed an issue causing Skype to crash on quit for some users.|
|Performance||Users may sometimes experience slow performance when switching to a conversation with large number of participants when running Skype on El Capitan.||n/a.
We are working on resolving the issue and hope to release a fix soon.
We are working hard to make your Skype experience even better. Please download the new Skype for Mac now, give it a try and let us know what you think. To share feedback from within Skype directly, just go to Help > Provide Skype Feedback… from the menu. To get the latest news and tips, follow us on Twitter and Facebook, and join us on the Skype Community.
Note: Skype 7.13 for Mac requires Mac OS X 10.9 or above.