Skype 8.0 for desktops: Microsoft has released a new version of Skype for desktops, and it looks like the Skype version for mobile devices.
Skype has started to change since last year. Designed to attract the next generation of Skype users, it was first released on Android and iOS devices. Today it is also released for other platforms such as Windows, MacOS and Linux.
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The new version of Skype for desktops, Skype 8.0, was designed to replace Skype 7.0 (also known as Skype Classic). Microsoft says you will need to upgrade to the new version as after 1 September of 2018, only Skype 8.0 will work.
Microsoft claims that "all its customers will have the best possible experience with the new Skype and that there are no quality or reliability issues." SS: We will see this…
Skype 8.0 offers free high-definition video for video calls, @ interactive message reporting, a chat media gallery that will help you find files through conversations and share them with drag n drop (photos, videos and other files up to 300MB ).
In the Skype Blog, the Microsoft says what will follow. So, according to the company, we will soon see message alerts from other messaging applications, private conversations, cloud storage recording, individual profile invitations and group invitations.