At Skype—and across Microsoft—accessibility is a priority. We are committed to continually improving our software and services to meet the needs of all our customers.
Somerset Care sought insight into how technology and social media could be used in care. They found Skype to be a favorite among their residents—even those who had never before used social media or a computer.
Calling all travel lovers and Hawaii hot-spot aficionados! You’re invited to help travel vlogger Christian LeBlanc of Lost LeBlanc plan his upcoming trip to the Hawaiian island of Oahu.
Our new optimized version of Skype for Android is lighter on both disk and memory consumption, allowing for greater speed and better audio and video quality on lower end Android devices.
The new Skype Gallery feature helps you easily retrieve shared content including media, links, and files.
Choose from one of Skype’s low cost calling plans and place calls to landlines or mobiles from any device where you use Skype.
A new collection of festive Mojis, frames, stickers, and emoticons help you spread the holiday spirit.
Our globetrotting friend, David Hoffman, takes us on a festive journey around the world—introducing us to his international crew and their holiday habits.
As we look forward to bringing you more features in 2018, here some highlights of our 2017 milestones.
Committed to serve overseas for three years, Elizabeth Harter uses Skype to keep in touch with friends and family.
Skype Interviews helps tech firms and recruitment companies perform coding interviews.
We learned how Moziah Bridges relies on Skype Number to keep on top of business needs and stay in touch with his many suppliers, stakeholders, and media contacts.
This post is brought to you by our PR intern Emma Ryan. Emma recently left her hometown of Dublin, Ireland, to join our team in London—leaving behind her human and canine families. Nobody told me moving away would be easy, but I didn’t think the family members I would miss most would have four legs and a fluffy tail. Skype has helped me stay connected to ...
Skype was developed in 2003 to help people stay together, no matter where in the world they happen to be. Since launch, we’ve discovered many weird, wonderful and original ways that people use video calling. From pet sitting to interior design. From working out to personal stylist advice—people really do use Skype in the most creative ways. Recently, we came across the The David Nott Foundation, ...
With modern technology allowing us to connect in ways we never thought possible, tracking our fitness goals and finding creative ways to stay active has become easier than ever. Personal trainer and cover model Lonan O’Herlihy, aka The Posh PT, has taken this to a whole other level, and found a unique way to run his fitness business while traveling the world. Between time constraints ...