Skype has today released a new version of its Skype communication software. But rather than releasing different versions of Skype for different operating systems, Skype has released the same version across all major operating systems simultaneously.
Skype is now available to download for Linux, Mac and Windows systems, and brings with it a number of tweaks and bug fixes together with a number of new features.
On Mac systems the new version of Skype is now fully prepared for Mountain Lion when it is released by Apple next month for $19.99. The Windows version has a new improved user interface, and Facebook integration. Together with pinnable contacts and backward-compatible video rendering for older machines. Linux has received a number of fixes, tweaks and enhancements and now supports improved video and audio quality.
Source: SkypeFiled Under: Technology News