New Skype update lets user’s send short video messages even when they are offline
Skype for Android, iOS and Windows devices has got a new feature that lets users capture small three minute video clips that can easily be shared as video messages with family and friends even when those people are not online at that point in time. This new feature is specially beneficial for those who are always busy and mostly on the go having no free time to actually sit down for a proper video chat. The short video message shows up automatically when the recipient logs in.
The feature comes embedded with the new update and can be availed for 20 times whereas for those having a Skype Premium account can enjoy unlimited video transfers with their friends and loved ones. For those who already have the app installed in their respective devices can simply update it to get the new feature whereas for the rest who don’t can download Skype for Android directly from the Google Play Store
- Video Messaging – preview feature
- Try new Video Messaging. Record a video and send to friends and family on Skype, even when they’re unavailable. Everyone can send up to 20 free video messages; Skype Premium users can send as many as they like.
- ‘Classic view’ option for tablets
- Performance improvements and fixes