Microsoft has updated Skype to version 8.71, and while there isn't much in the way of new features, it looks like the web version of the app will now work on Safari, both on desktop and iOS.
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Microsoft has updated the preview version of Skype for Web, adding support for screen sharing, as long as you're using Google Chrome. This means screen sharing is available on all supported platforms.
Microsoft today announced a major new update for its Skype client on the web. The new version of the service includes call recording, redesigned notifications, HD video calling, and more.
Microsoft is continuing its rollout of Skype version 8.x, as today, it announced that the preview version of Skype v8 is available on the web. It includes the same features as on the desktop.
Microsoft has announced on the Skype Garage & Updates blog that it'll hold a Q&A next Wednesday to reveal "exciting" news about Skype for Linux. Skype for Linux received its last update in 2014.
In the first update of its kind since... well, let's just say it's been a while, Microsoft has updated its Skype for Web service to allow Linux and Chromebook to use Skype's voice calling features.
Microsoft has delivered a range of new features to Skype for Web that it says its users have been asking for, including calls to mobiles and landlines, integrated YouTube playback, and notifications.
After launching earlier this month in the US and UK, Microsoft's new Skype for Web (Beta) is available around the world from today, and now supports instant messaging for Chromebook and Linux users.
Microsoft has announced that it is bringing Skype to the web in an open beta for anyone who lives in the US or the UK; you can try out the service now by logging into Skype.com.
Microsoft has opened up a small private beta for Skype users to try out a new web platform; this new functionality allows you to use the service without downloading an app.