Now-a-days lots of people interact with video calling features. Skype application is one of the highly used video calling service because of its user friendly interface. This app is not available for mobile platform, but also supported in desktop (windows/Mac/Linux). Earlier, we talked about new Skype application updates on Android and iOS platform. The developer includes more improvement as well as new specs in the newer version.
The new app claims to add major features such as Skype call history, message history, video calling, messaging, Sign with Microsoft account and emoticons. Two months back, Microsoft planning to put an end for contemporary Skype service on all Microsoft devices. There was rumor spread around, Microsoft is building an integrated Skype application for Windows.
Microsoft officially announced “”The Universal Messaging, Phone and Video apps on Windows 10 with Skype built in will run across phone, tablets and desktops,”
It shows that, we all have a universal application for windows 10 that includes features like messaging, phone, video, Skype inbuilt. Most importantly, this application is compatible with Smartphone, tablet, and desktop platforms.
WinBeta reports, an image has been purportedly leaked showing Skype beta version runs on windows 10. Moreover, this application is available on Windows store. You might find difficult on choosing right beta apps on the store due to duplicate apps. So we added beta version download link below. The developers added utilities to replace your default messaging service with Skype SMS service, which is similar to Google hangout.
Features included in integrated beta Skype messaging app (Windows 10):
- Audio and video calling service
- Sign in with Microsoft account
- Integrated messaging history of Skype calls and messages
This application not announced as officially by Microsoft. We can expect improvement and enhanced features in the future updates. Hence, it can be removed at any time. Stay tuned to get latest updates on the new application and news about Windows 10.