Skype’s video chat service is now available for web browsers. Microsoft just announced that Skype is available for use on web browsers in beta mode. The service will be available for users in the United States and United Kingdom.
Skype is one of the most popular Microsoft services available. It offers a chat service, video chat service, file sharing, voice calls and video calls. The decision to make Skype available for web browsers is a smart move that is sure to impress the service’s users.
Skype on the web
Users who want to access the service via their browser can simply access it via Skype.com or web.skype.com. Users can sign in and connect immediately without having to download the software onto their computer. The feature makes it easy for anyone to access their messages on their mobile phone. It could also be useful for people using public computers at libraries or internet cafes.
According to a blog post announcing the innovative feature, Skype on the web is a key part of bringing real-time communications to the web.The company also admitted that many of the software’s users have been urging the company to bring Skype’s technology to the web. The service will eventually roll out to the rest of the world within the upcoming weeks.
Microsoft rolls out twin detection website
Microsoft recently launched a new site called Twins or Not, and it allows users to select two photos to see how much the subjects look alike. Users can easily compare two different photos of themselves or they could compare photos of friends and celebrities. It is a fun way to waste time, and it sometimes gives very accurate results. This website is similar to another website that guesses the age of the person in the photo, which Microsoft unveiled not too long ago.