Microsoft has this week rolled out a new update to its Skype Android application that brings with it a number of new features and enhancements, enabling the ability for users to now save video messages.
Skype 6.11 for Android enables users to keep track of special and important Skype moments and messages, allowing those special video messages to be saved directly to your Android phone’s photo gallery for safe keeping.
Other features in the Skype Android 6.11 update include new ways to share content as well as manage conversations. Skype explains a little more :
– Manage conversations – Long tap on a contact or chat in the Recents tab to bring up a new toolbar to delete, mark as read, or mute notifications.
– Enhanced search – Search for conversation content, in addition to contacts and group names.
– Share with groups – Share photos from your photo gallery directly to a Skype group conversation. Additionally, in group chats, you can tap on images and files to forward them to another contact or group.
– Upgraded Mojis – Received a cool Moji? Just tap on it to forward it to another friend or to a group. Also, Mojis don’t automatically play again when you forward them, you can decide if you want to play it again by tapping on it.