Microsoft today released Skype Insider version 8.65, a new major update to the app with several new features. Version 18.104.22.168 is notable for such features as Raise hand, support for Background Blur on Android, Smart suggestions on iOS, and a few more.
Skype for Android has reached version 22.214.171.124, and now it features support for Android Auto. Besides this change, this version improves contact management.
Microsoft has updated the Skype app to version 8.63. It is now for Windows, Mac, Linux, Web, iPhone, and iPad, and includes a number of fixes and general improvements. It is a minor release of the popular VoIP apps.
How to Remove Share with Skype from Context Menu in Windows 10
When installed, Skype (its both Store and Desktop versions) adds a Share with Skype context menu command. If you find no use for that command, you may want to get rid of it. Today we will see how it can be done for both Store and classic Desktop app.
After a month of testing, a bunch of new Skype features land in the stable version of the app. The new release, Skype 8.62, adds cool things like call background presets, a bigger participant grid on Desktop and mobile, and message sync improvements.
As you may remember, some time ago Microsoft had switched to Electron for Skype. Microsoft today released Skype version 8.61 (Desktop app), along with the Skype version 15 for Windows 10 (Store app), both Electron-based.
Some time ago, Microsoft replaced the Skype UWP app with a newer electron version in the Store. Due to this update, Skype lost some of its features, which Microsoft is now restoring in the latest app version.
Microsoft has updated the Skype app with version 8.60, which now inlcudes a 3x3 video call grid, available in the desktop version of the app. There are also new global hotkeys, moderated groups, and other nice improvements.
Microsoft has released a new Skype version to Insiders with plenty of interesting changes. Skype 126.96.36.199 comes with an option to change your background during the call, create moderated groups, choose your own message reactions, and more.
Starting in version 188.8.131.52 of Skype, you can set a custom image as your Skype background. It is a nice addition to the changes we have already seen in the same version earlier released to Insiders.