Skype for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Web 188.8.131.52 begin rolling out March 2, 2020. It will be gradually released over the next week. It features a couple of long awaited features.
Skype 8.56 is out with a number of fixes and improvements, including the ability to quickly quote and paste messages with keyboard shortcuts on Windows and macOS.
Skype 8.55 is out with a number of improvement and new feature. One of them is the ability to call a user without a Skype account.
Microsoft is releasing a new Skype version to stable branch users. The app version 8.54 comes with updates to Translated Conversations in Skype, and improvements and fixes to screen sharing on macOS.
The team behind the Skype product today revealed a new app logo. According to them, the new logo serves as a signal that Skype and Office apps receive significant changes.
Microsoft is releasing a new Skype version to stable branch users. The app version 8.53 comes with a variety of fixes and improvements, including the ability to view chats during a call.
Microsoft is releasing a new Skype Insider Preview version to Insiders. The app version 184.108.40.206 includes two new features: the ability to schedule a call for groups, and drag-n-drop support for conversations.
After testing Insider Preview versions, Microsoft today released a number of new features in the stable version of Skype for both desktop and mobile platforms. The new features include the long awaited Split View, along with message bookmarks and message drafts, and more.
As you may already know, Microsoft is about to retire the classic Skype app in November 2018. One of its most popular features, Split View, is finally coming to the latest Skype Desktop.
A couple of new features are landing on the Skype app. The Desktop Skype app introduces colorful status icons which were removed in version 8 of the app. Also, it is possible to bookmark any message <-- this feature is available on all supported platforms.