Skype Set to Roll out New Group Video Calling Feature for Android & iOS
Skype Set to Roll out New Group Video Calling Feature for Android & iOS

Are you a Skype user? Yes? Then get set and go for a new feature which is being officially rolled out by Skype after an announcement being made for the roll out of a new feature which will allow Skype users to group video call with friends, family and everyone. The good news is that the app supports full HD video calling which allows users to have a better experience at video calling.



Skype Set to Roll out New Group Video Calling Feature for Android & iOS

Skype allows its users to have a free group video call with up to 25 participants at a time The video call allows you to take a grid view to see all the callers and also focus on the speaker who is active. Skype allowed only 5 participants in a group chat earlier but now with the new feature being rolled out, Skype users have a better featured version in their kitty.

Skype has also decided to partner with Intel to improvise the SILK audio feature to enhance the audio quality and as the number of participants had increased, this feature was a necessity.

The Skype free video calling feature will be rolled out for iPhone, iPad and Android devices in Western Europe and North America. The video calling feature will be soon rolled out globally, the company said.

This feature will be really helpful for those persons who wished to group chat with live video. Besides, group messaging, this feature was most awaited. We hope that you loved this article, feel free to share it with your friends.


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