Microsoft has today rolled out a new update to its Skype iOS application, enabling users to now easily merge their Skype and Microsoft Windows Live Messenger accounts.
Recently Microsoft announced that it had decided to close down its Windows Live Messenger service in favour of its new Skype acquisition which cost the company $8.5 billion.
The new update as a number of new tweaks and features and now allows users to Skype with Messenger, Outlook, and Hotmail and allows users to sign into Skype with a Microsoft account details.
Once you have signed into Skype using your Microsoft account or your information including history and contacts will be synchronised and merged into your Skype account.Together with the ability to edit individual messages by simply tapping and holding down on the message, as well as the addition of emoticons.
Source: PhoneScoopFiled Under: Technology News