Skype will soon be adding one of its most requested features.
Microsoft will soon add free group video calls to Skype’s iOS, Android and Windows 10 mobile apps, the company announced Tuesday. The update is expected to roll out to Skype’s respective apps “over the next few weeks.”
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Once it’s live, the update will allow Skype users to make video calls with as many as 25 participants for free. While Skype has supported group video calls for some time, the feature was previously available only to those who subscribed to Skype for Business (though the free apps have supported group audio calls.) Read more…