Microsoft made available for download minor updates for its Skype application for Windows Phone 8, the Windows desktop and its SkyDrive storage cloud service.
A new version of the official Facebook app, plus Skype video messaging for Windows 7 are now in the testing pipeline, according to Microsoft officials.
Microsoft has released a new version of Skype for the Windows Phone 8 platform. Skype 2.5 removes the beta tag and turns on message notifications by default. It also fixes a long list of bugs. The update is free.
Skype for Windows Phone 8 Make free Skype to Skype video and voice calls as well as send instant messages to friends and family around the world. What’s new? - General fixes and stability improvements. Features: - Call friends and family...Show More Summary
Today we have released an update for Skype for Windows Phone 8, version 2.5. In this release, we focused on general improvements and reliability. Get the updated version now from the Windows Phone Store. We’re always looking to improve your experience on Skype and pay close attention to your feedback. Show More Summary
Despite steadily advancing in version numbers, Skype for Windows Phone 8 has remained in a preview state for the past few months. It's time for the app to enter the big leagues with its 2.5 update. The release is the first to drop the...Show More Summary
Today Microsoft has released a new update of the Skype for Windows Phone 8 app. The beta tag that previously accompanied this app has now been dropped in the latest update, which brings the version number up to 2.5. Despite that, there...Show More Summary
Viber Media, the startup behind the popular cross-platform messaging and VoIP calling application Viber, is today debuting a new application for Windows Phone 8. Co-founder and CEO Talmon Marco said... Keep reading ?
For those unfamiliar with other VOIP apps other than Skype, there is also the popular option of Viber which is available on both iOS and Android. Viber, like Skype, offers VOIP calls and messaging, meaning that if you have WiFi or 3G/4G...Show More Summary
Microsoft's purchase of Skype is starting to benefit the Windows Phone 8 platform: The newest preview version of Skype for Microsoft smartphones is the first to offer HD video on mobiles.
Skype released an update today for Windows Phone, which restores the "People Hub" integration (Windows Phone's fancy address book) that had been disabled in January due to bugginess and performance issues. Though today's blog post from...Show More Summary
Avid Skype video users on Windows Phone 8, now is the time to get your hair did -- HD video is now possible employing "higher-end" WP8 devices, such as the Lumia 920, HTC 8X, and Samsung Ativ S. "Lower end handsets" will have to settle for VGA video, though Microsoft says call quality across the board was improved in update 2.4. Show More Summary
Microsoft today made an update available to the Windows Phone version of Skype. The refreshed application adds several new features, chief among them support for HD video calls between compatible devices. The new Skype lets Windows Phone...Show More Summary
In this edition of The Midweek Download, we’ve got stories on Lync, Skype and the future of communications; big data visionaries talking shop in Silicon Valley, plus tips on making your Windows Phone apps stand out from the crowd. Announcing the release of ASP.NET and Web Tools 2012.2 update. Show More Summary
On Friday, Microsoft launched a new Video Messages feature for Skype on the Mac, iOS and Android - but not Windows Phone or even Windows. Why? Because that's not how Skype rolls, a company spokesman essentially said. The Video Messages feature allows users to record up to three minutes of video, and send them to another Skype user. Show More Summary
Tesco, one of the world’s leading retailers, has chosen Microsoft Office 365 for its companywide collaboration and social platform. The United Kingdom-based retailer is committed to deploying Office 365 to its employees working at the company’s headquarters, in the field and in stores, across all its locations in Europe and Asia. Show More Summary
Microsoft's Skype has disabled People Hub in the latest version of its application for Windows Phone 8 because the feature has reportedly been causing issues with device stability. "We are working with the Windows Phone team to resolve...Show More Summary
The Skype team have published a new entry on the official blog that details changes applied in the latest version of the popular message and calling app for Windows Phone 8. Version 2.1 was recently pushed to the latest hardware running on Microsoft's platform. Show More Summary
Today we have released Skype for Windows Phone 8 Preview 2.1 which will be available soon for Windows Phone 8 users here. In this release we have worked on improving reliability and performance of the application, especially around background...Show More Summary