Microsoft has updated its GroupMe app for iOS devices today, which includes a fix for an issue with inline Instagram messages, improvements to the camera when selecting an avatar, as well a fix when previewing images on iPhone models from 6 though 8.
By popular request, Skype is bringing back the “Away” status that used to be available in the Skype classic app before it was deprecated in November.
To celebrate the United Nations International Day of Persons with Disabilities, Microsoft has announced upcoming support for live captions and subtitles in Powerpoint and Skype.
Microsoft has created new icons for its core Office apps like Word, Excel, Powerpoint, OneNote, and Outlook, but the redesign also englobes Office 365 apps like SharePoint and Microsoft Teams, as well as “prosumer” apps like Skype.
The Redmond giant is apparently looking to gather more quality feedback from Windows Insiders via Skype interviews.
This is coming a bit late to the party, but LinkedIn has just confirmed the launch of a new “Student Voices” feature that is heavily inspired by Snapchat’s Stories format.
Skype for Windows 10 has just received support for Split View mode, something that Microsoft has been testing with Skype Insiders in recent weeks.
On the heels of releasing Skype calling for Alexa earlier today, a post on the Microsoft Answers forum also reveals that OneDrive in Skype is now available for Skype users on Insider builds on a number of platforms. Now, instead of sharing files by sending the entire document via Skype, users will be able to […]
UPDATE: Skype calling on Alexa is available now in the U.S., U.K., Ireland, Canada, India, Australia, and New Zealand with support for other countries rolling out soon. Microsoft recommends updating to Skype version 8.34 or later. If you’ve got an Amazon Echo device, you’d soon be able to call your friends and family on Skype […]
Microsoft’s Your Phone is becoming the company’s Swiss Army knife of hardware independent software powered connectivity.
Microsoft news recap is a weekly feature highlighting the top Microsoft news stories of the past week. Sit back, grab some coffee, and enjoy the read! Microsoft starts upgrading more users to Skype 8 after dropping support for classic app With the Skype classic app no longer being supported as of this week, Microsoft has […]
After Microsoft dropped support for its Skype Classic app on the desktop yesterday, the company has started pushing more users to its new cross-platform client today.
Microsoft has released another round of updates for their new Skype v8 app for desktop devices with new changes to improve the app’s accessibility features
The app is pretty much Skype v8 with all the latest bells and whistles including, HD video calling, Call Recording, the Chat Media Gallery, Skype Add-ins and more.
Split View support, a feature that many power users enjoyed on Skype Classic is now available in the latest preview version of Skype for Windows 10.
Discord, a gaming-focused chat and Voip app that similar to Slack and Microsoft Teams has seen a meteoric growth since its launch three years ago.
The Windows 10 October 2018 updates now ships with the new cross-platform Skype app, which now integrates with Microsoft To-Do.
The long awaited Windows 10 October Update is finally done! We saw the Fast ring and Slow ring come together in 17763.1 in its final colours two weeks ago. In a whirlwind of tweets and liveblogs and finally an all encompassing blog post, Microsoft today announced the “final” release of the Windows 10 October 2018 […]
Microsoft news recap is a weekly feature highlighting the top Microsoft news stories of the past week. Sit back, grab some coffee, and enjoy the read! Microsoft will drop support for Skype Classic in November Over the coming months, Microsoft will begin pushing users of Skype’s classic applications on desktop and mobile over to the […]
The Microsoft Store is receiving an update to enable Timeline support on Windows 10, while Skype for Android becomes more stable.