Microsoft Skype for Web Beta now available
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After more than a decade since it entered the market, Skype is now finally available in a Web browser. Unfortunately, only a small group of users have been invited to test this Web app so far, but more should get their invites in the months to come.
Microsoft Skype is currently available across multiple platforms and devices, including TVs, computers, mobiles, as well as video game consoles. According to the official blog post, its users now account for over 33 million hours of daily voice and video calls. Skype for Web Beta is available at Skype.com for the following browsers: Internet Explorer 10 and above, Safari 6 and above on Mac OS X, as well as the latest versions of Firefox and Chrome. Chrome on Mac OS is not yet supported.
Skype for Web Beta currently has two problems important enough to be mentioned in the official blog by Microsoft - outgoing video calls "can take longer than normal to ring" and there is an issue with battery life when running on a Mac.
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