Microsoft has this week rolled out a new release of its Skype communication software for Apple systems in the form of 7.5 Skype for Mac.
The new update brings with it a wealth of new tweaks, performance enhancements and additional languages which include support for Hindi, Turkish, Czech, Ukrainian, Greek, Hungarian, Romanian, Indonesian, Catalan, Croatian, Slovak, Vietnamese, Thai and Malay.
Issues that have been fixed within the latest Skype 7.5 for Mac software include, fixing an issue that caused high processor usage when animating emoticons, screen flickering issues when the shared window is off-screen, several crash issues and reduced instances of App Nap preventing Skype from reconnecting to name a few.
However there is still one issue that remains which Microsoft is currently working on that screen-sharing is not received after pausing and resuming of a call. The latest update is now available to download and the Skype 7.5 for Mac software requires Mac OS X 10.9 or above. Microsoft explains :
“As always, we are working hard on addressing your feedback as well as introducing new features to make your Skype experience even better. Please download the new Skype for Mac now, give it a try and continue to share your feedback with us. To share your feedback and get the latest news and tips, follow us on Twitter and Facebook, and join the conversations over on the Skype Community.”
For more information on the new Skype 7.5 for Mac software jump over to the official Skype website for details via the link below.
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