Skype for Linux Alpha is now more — say hello to Skype for Linux Beta! Yup, the Skype for Linux alpha has graduated to beta status and picks up some popular feature requests in the process. You can now make video calls, call landline and mobiles, and more. Announcing the release in a forum message Skype […]
Skype for Linux Beta Released with Video Call Support, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
Source From: omgubuntu.co.uk.
Original article title: Skype for Linux Beta Released with Video Call Support.
This full article can be read at: Skype for Linux Beta Released with Video Call Support.
Random Article You May Like
Apple Publishes New Diversity and Inclusion Report
Apple today shared its latest report on diversity and inclusion, detailing its hiring practices over the course of the last […]
Windows 10 S Won’t Let Users Install Linux Distros
Microsoft has confirmed that users of Windows 10 S, a feature-limited version on Windows 10, won’t be able to install […]
TouchArcade iOS Gaming Roundup: Minecon, Darkest Dungeon, Valve's New Game, and More
Kicking off this week in iOS gaming was an appearance I made on the Australian games podcast, GameHugs. It’s an […]
Apple Lists FLAC Audio Playback Support for 4K Apple TV, iPhone 7, iPhone 8, iPhone X
Apple has quietly included support for playback of FLAC audio files on the 4K Apple TV, iPhone 8, and iPhone […]