The feature will be available across all three platforms in the coming weeks.
Ten years after the launch of video calling feature on desktop and six years after its release on mobile phone, Skype is finally ready to reach its next milestone. According to an official blog post, the company is all set to launch group video calling feature for all three mobile platforms simultaneously.
It is now only a matter of weeks for Skype users to be able to enjoy group video calls on iOS, Android and Windows 10 Mobile. However, if you are excited enough to try it right away, then follow the link to get registered.
With over 750 million active users, the Microsoft-owned company is progressing by leaps and bounds. Skype users have already spent two trillion minutes on video calls. The new feature will definitely boost its growth rate and user base.
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