Microsoft Skype for Web gets phone calling support
Skype for Web has been around for a while, but it lacked some key features found in the Skype app for all the major platforms. The Web-based version of Microsoft's notorious video chat/voice call messaging program is finally capable of performing voice calls, but its latest update brings a few other useful features as well.
According to the official blog post by The Skype Team, these are the new things they have just added to Skype for Web:
- low-rate calls to mobile phones and landlines directly from Skype
- the ability to watch YouTube videos inside Skype
- add new users to conversations even if they are not on Skype (they can join as guests)
- Skype for Web notifications that show up even when the user is in another app or browser tab
For those new to Skype for Web, everything should be straightforward. All they have to do is go to Skype.com or web.skype.com, sign in, and connect. However, Skype for Web is still in beta stage for now, so those not comfortable with using such pre-release software/services might want to stay away from it.
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