Microsoft is bringing some extra Fluent Design flair to the Skype app on Windows 10. Microsoft recently began testing some bits of Fluent Design in the Skype app for Fast ring Insiders, and now they're headed out to everyone....
Microsoft has rolled out its fluent touch-up of the Skype app to Windows users on release preview rings. As we noted a few weeks ago, the app’s fluent design encompasses the messages list and the top menu bar. The reveal highlight is also present, making for an overall tasteful design iteration. Show More Summary
Microsoft is now rolling out an update for Skype users on release builds of Windows 10. This update integrates the features added in Insider builds earlier last month like Mixed Reality support, and instant chat and brings them to everyone. Show More Summary
Microsoft is rolling out a new update for Skype for Windows 10 users to insiders on the fast ring. For the first time, the communications app is getting a minor fac lift with elements of fluent and acrylic being added to bring it in line with Redmond’s latest design principles. Show More Summary
Skype UWP finally receives first bits of Fluent Design in latest update for Insiders in the Fast ring! Microsoft is rolling out an update to Insiders in the Fast ring for the Skype app for Windows 10 that brings with it a touch of Fluent...Show More Summary
Microsoft has updated the Skype app for Windows 10 with new features which previously made their debut on the classic Windows 10 app. You can now control your presence on Skype and mark yourself as do not disturb or invisible, a change Microsoft added to appease users who wanted the choice back. You’re also now […] Read More: Skype for Windows 10 gains @mention support and more
The Skype app for Windows 10 is picking up some new features that bring it more in-line with its cohorts on other platforms. Microsoft has begun rolling out a new update to the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) Skype app for Windows 10, bringing along a trio of features and tweaks....
Microsoft is bringing its contentious skype design to Windows 10 piecemeal. A week ago, the firm brought the new design to PCs on Linux, MacOS, Windows 8.1 and below, but users of Windows 10 have a bit longer to wait. Microsoft is — for some reason– not bringing this design to Windows 10 just yet, […] Read More: Skype’s new notification panel comes to Windows 10 for Insiders
Microsoft has posted an update for the Skype app for Windows 10. Unfortunately, it does not appear to be the all-singing, all-dancing version which has already rolled to iOS and Android, but users do report minor cosmetic improvements. Show More Summary
After previewing the new interface design for Skype’s desktop app back in August, Microsoft is now ready to roll it out to Windows 10 users, and make it available in an update for Mac, Linux and older versions of Windows. The airy new...Show More Summary
Microsoft's updated Skype Desktop for consumers, which works on Windows PCs and Macs, is generally available.
Microsoft’s new Skype is being rolled out to the desktop proper –if you’re on Linux at least. Microsoft debuted a Preview version of its new Skype app for Windows, MacOS, and Linux earlier this year, now the preview app is getting folded into the pre-existing Skype app the firm had for Linux users proper. It’ll […] Read More: Skype for Linux gets a taste of the new Skype
Skype for Windows 10 is bringing some new reactions and other tweaks to Insiders on Release Preview. Microsoft has started rolling out an update to the Skype app for Windows 10 to Insiders on the Release Preview ring....
Microsoft has been trying to change Skype to its new vision of Skype, having rolled out changes to the iPhone and Android phone versions of Skype. Oddly enough Skype for Windows 10 still hasn’t seen the bulk of this change and stands out starkly out of sync with a not quite Skype app. Show More Summary
In the age of spying and paranoia, many users often purchase computers with built-in webcams and microphones –often advertised as increasing the quality of video calling services like Skype, Facebook, Google Hangouts and others. Despite...Show More Summary
Microsoft promised Skype Integration for Cortana at build 2016 last year, and while it has been nearly a year and a half since then, they’ve delivered – kind of. Users of the new Skype client will now see a new pop-up in the conversation view but from Cortana. Show More Summary
Microsoft has sent an update out to users testing the firm’s new Skype app for desktops on MacOS, Windows and Linux. The update brings in a few additions which were earlier introduced to Android and the iPhone last month, with easy access to panoramic photos, and Skype status being added back. Show More Summary
Microsoft recently launched the new and modern look for Skype on Windows 7 and the Mac. The software maker is yet to officially bring the new experience to Windows 10 users, although that’s set to launch within a few months. But if you are on Linux, you can already try out the new Skype. Microsoft […] Read More: Skype’s new design lands on Linux
Skype is a curious app. It took VOIP telephone calls to the masses for the first time, and in the pre-WhatsApp era, it was the king of internet chat. Fast-forward to today and a lot has changed. It no longer enjoys an unrivaled hegemony over its rivals. Show More Summary
Microsoft released its mobile inspired Skype preview app for Windows users today, but there’s a slight problem. If you’re using Windows as Microsoft intended it, that is, with Windows 10 being automatically updated to the latest version, you won’t be able to get this new version of Skype. Show More Summary