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The update brings SMS sending support and provides some other minor improvements.
The minor update brings three valuable changes. Still, the program remains in the alpha development stage for now.
Microsoft has finally rolled out video calling for Skype for Linux Alpha. The feature is among the most important and comes three months after the company launched the service.
Two months after launching the Skype for Linux Alpha preview, Microsoft has introduced its 8th update for the service. Mirroring other recent releases, this build focuses on UI improvements and cleaning up the general performance.
The second Skype for Linux update in 10 days focuses on fixing bugs within the service. Version 1.7 fixes scrolling issue in messages and a connectivity problem.
The latest release of the preview Skype for Linux Alpha service comes with some minor feature touches click past to clipboard, while Microsoft has continued to fix issues with the service.
The latest release for Skype for Linux Alpha continues Microsoft’s focus on tidying the preview service up before it is rolled out as a general release.
The recently launched Skype for Linux Alpha is still in preview form and has plenty of issues. Microsoft released an update to help clear up some performance.
Linux users are finally getting a new Skype experience. Skype for Linux Alpha is a preview build and is available now, with Microsoft asking for user feedback as it continues development.
The update fixes some issues with the client, including log out issues, URL to browser problems, and minimize to tray functionality. It pushes Skype for Linux Alpha up to 1.3.
Skype for Linux Beta was announced as the next phase of the VOIP service on the open source platform. Microsoft has been developing Skype for Linux Alpha since it launched last July.
The Skype for Linux 1.15 Alpha adds autostart-support and an option to launch Skype minimized.
A batch of updates have dropped from Skype towers this week. Microsoft has sent out refreshed versions for iOS, Android, Linux, and its own Universal Windows Platform apps.
A new rumor reports that Microsoft has put the development of Skype for Life as a priority. The service will unify the VoIP software across platforms and could have been the reason why Microsoft closed its London-based Skype office.
Update 7.14 for Skype for Android means the app now supports Google’s most recent software release, Android 7.0 Nougat. The new update also adds cross-platform contact suggestions.
Skype will no longer be supported on old Android versions and Windows Phone builds. Microsoft is modernizing Skype, moving it away from P2P and onto the cloud, which will bring improvements in call quality, amongst other things.
Add some classic comedy to your Skype interactions. The Monty Pythons Mojis are not quite “spam, spam, spam” and will let you relive famed moments from Life of Brian, Holy Grail, and Flying Circus.