Microsoft Just Launched Skype Lite, Optimized For 2G Connections
Microsoft Just Launched Skype Lite, Optimized For 2G Connections

If you are on a slow connection and no call application can be useful, Microsoft can resolve this. As the tech giant Microsoft just launched Skype Lite, the lightest version of Skype that promises to work even on 2G connections and phones that can not stand much.

Microsoft Just Launched Skype Lite, Optimized For 2G Connections

Skype is probably one of the most widely used communication tools in the world. However, it is also true that it is one of the heaviest and the experience of users with this application is not always the best, especially on older devices and slower data networks.

So, to solve this problem, the tech giant Microsoft recently launched Skype Lite, it is a lite version of Skype, but only for the Indian market (for now).

Skype Lite is an optimized version of Skype aimed at 2G networks with poor performance. According to the tech giant Microsoft, this version offers an excellent performance while not losing the quality that Skype users are accustomed to.

Skype Lite for emerging countries

The Skype Lite is designed with users in emerging countries, and currently, there is no information on it to reach other countries. However, the mobile application is available in 8 languages and occupies only 13 MB. Also noteworthy is that it allows us to manage our SMS as well.

What are the main features?

  • Chat with friends and family via Skype or SMS
  • Better management of SMS
  • Drastic reduction of data consumption while making calls.
  • Possibility to share photos, emotions, etc.

Even the Skype Lite integrates with SMS and Aadhaar Indian ID support, which helps identify precisely and securely the people who are on the call. In a job interview, for example, one person can ask the other to enter a 12-digit code to ensure that it is not a fake profile. So, for now, simply we have to wait whether the tech giant Microsoft makes this version available just like Facebook already did with its Messenger app.



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