Microsoft is rolling out is Skype for Business unified communications app for Windows Phone 8.1.
Microsoft today announced the launch of a new Skype for Business app for Windows Phone. Previously Skype for Business could be accessed through the Lync 2013 app, but now Skype for Business is getting its own dedicated Windows Phone app. There are some notable improvements in the new app, which the Skype for Business team […]
Microsoft today replaced its Lync 2013 corporate messaging app with Skype for Business for Windows Phone. The app has a refreshed user interface for messaging, more emoticons, and improved interactions with the server. Microsoft says...Show More Summary
Say goodbye to Lync 2013—the new Skype for Business app...
Microsoft has now launched its official Skype for Business app for Windows Phone as a replacement for its old Lync 2013 app. Microsoft began internally testing the Skype for Business app a few months ago, but it has now pulled the trigger and made the app live for everyone to use.
Lync 2013 app just got updated in Windows Phone Store with Skype for Business branding, new look & feel, new emoticons support and more. Find the full change log below. What’s new in version 6.0: – Lync 2013 is now Skype for Business (both in name and logo) – New Look and feel & Emoticons […]
What is the best way to make a video call from your Android device to a Windows, Mac, or Linux desktop computer, or an iPhone, or a Windows Phone? Since the arrival of Skype video calling, more and more companies have attempted to get...Show More Summary
A lack of changelogs appears to be a common theme with some apps nowadays, and the most recent culprits are Facebook Messenger and Skype for Windows Phone. Both apps have received updates, but left out changelogs — so don't expect anything in the way of major new features.
Less than a week after the last update Microsoft has pushed out another update for the Skype for Windows Phone app. The update takes the app from v22.214.171.124 to v126.96.36.199, and presumably consists of the usual bug fixes and performance improvements. If our readers notice any changes, let us know in the comments. Download it […]
Lync 2013 for Windows Phone app just got updated to v5.9.1371.0 in Windows Phone Store. This is minor update with no new features. Soon Lync for Windows Phone will become Skype for Business. The change brings a fresh new look and simplified controls to all the features and functionality you already know. What’s New in […]
Skype for Windows Phone has gotten a minor update on the Windows Phone Store. While the update bumps things up to version 188.8.131.52, there doesn't appear to be anything new to report.
While we know the Universal Skype app is not long for this world, being replaced in Windows 10 Mobile with built-in integration, it does not fortunately mean that Microsoft has stopped maintaining the current version. Microsoft has just posted a small update to their app, from version v184.108.40.206 to v220.127.116.11, in what I can only […]
Microsoft today updated Skype for Windows Phone app to v18.104.22.168. There is no change log in the Store listing, if you noticed any changes, let us know in the comments. Couple of months back, Microsoft updated this app with a new, compact design. Looks like this update includes just general fixes and improvements. Download it […]
For those who use Skype on Windows Phone, a new update just went out to the Store. Version 22.214.171.124 is live and although the changelog mentions new 'compact design' that is actually the older one from back in January.
Earlier this week we posted word, via a private report sent to Windows Central, that Microsoft was planning to launch the Skype for Business app for Windows Phone on Friday, May 15. Now, the same source for that report has sent us word that the app's launch has been delayed until June 1.
It is not exactly a hidden secret that Microsoft is rebranding its business orientated Lync platform to the more accessible Skype for Business. The rebranding had already begun a few months ago and soon after, hints that a Windows Phone app was on the way as well. Show More Summary
Late last year, Microsoft announced that it would be re-branding its Lync enterprise chat and video service as Skype for Business. After launching a technical preview for the same on Windows desktop in the month of March, Microsoft is now dogfooding (internally testing) the Skype for Business app for Windows Phone.
Skype Qik app updated in Windows Phone Store with the ability to send Gif images as messages instead of recording your own video. Also, you can now you can send a Qik to anyone just by typing in their phone number. What’s New: Sending a Qik just got a whole lot more […] […]
The Skype for Business team at Microsoft hinted strongly that a version of the just released business messaging app is coming to the Windows Phone platform at some point. The team made those statements as part of their Reddit AMA session earlier today.
Tom Warren, writing for The Verge: The new Messaging app works by integrating Skype, allowing you to chat to Skype contacts or initiate video / audio calls. All the conversations are synced between PCs, tablets, and phones, and the new app looks like a lightweight version of Skype. Show More Summary