Starting today, we’re launching screen sharing on Android and iOS along with multiple improvements to our mobile calling experience.
Starting today, Skype is doubling the amount of people that can simultaneously be on a video or audio group call. You can now have up to 50 people in a call, all at once.
You can now enjoy our latest features on the new Skype for Web using the most current versions of Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge.
With background blur in Skype, take the stress out of turning on your video and put the focus where it belongs—on you!
The OneDrive add-in for Skype enables you to quickly browse, search, and share files from your personal OneDrive storage into Skype chats. Now, sharing an Office document, a PDF, or any of the 300+ file types that OneDrive supports is as easy as a couple of clicks.
Live captions & subtitles in Skype enables you to have a captioned experience in calls made or answered through Skype.
Skype calling is now available on Amazon Alexa devices. With Skype on your Alexa-enabled device, you can connect with people just by saying, “Alexa, call Mom on Skype.”
Building on the work we announced earlier this year, we’ve continued our effort to make the latest version of Skype (version 8.0) more accessible.
We are excited to bring Skype calling to Alexa devices, so users can easily communicate with their friends and family from their Echo devices, simply by using their voice.
The Skype for content creators feature allows podcasters, vloggers, and live streamers to bring Skype collaboration directly into their content without the need for expensive studio equipment.
With call recording you can capture special moments in a Skype call with your loved ones or record important meetings with colleagues.
Our focus on simplicity to the Skype user experience provides an overall better experience for you.