A new version of Skype has been recently released for the public. This update is working for Windows 7, 8.1 and 10.
A lot of people use Skype for making personal or business calls. They can use video and audio calls, send messages and share files to other people. Having the possibility of group calling, users can make video and audio conferences. The service is free or if you want to enjoy all the features, you’ll have to pay a little.
Why Should You Use Skype?
If you want more features from Skype, you can pay a subscription and get it on your mobile for phone calls, Wi-Fi access, make group video conference and more.
Skype is also great for gaming, as it features the push-to-talk option, similar to a walkie-talkie. This way you will not be forced to constantly use the voice chat, and that you’ll be able to choose what and when you want to say to others.
Skype is free to download and access and you’ll find that a lot of friends already use this program often.
New Skype 188.8.131.52 Features
The new version of Skype, 184.108.40.206 has been launched a few days ago and it’s out for the public to get it. It has introduced new features such as Firefox integration, where if you want to make a call to a phone number on the browser, you can do it with a click. Skype will recognize your microphone, speakers and headset while you do the call.
Skype’s update patch notes show that they’ve fixed a few bugs and that they have done some improvements regarding quality and performance. We also know that Skype is currently working and testing their eight version.
Skype is a communication tool for a lot of people worldwide and, working cross platforms, lets users enjoy all the great features for their social media, business or personal calls.