Skype Desktop for Windows 8, 10 to get a Refreshed User Interface, Now in Testing
There are many who don’t like the touch version of Skype for Windows 8 and that’s why they resort to the desktop version. And now we’re hearing from Microsoft itself that a revamped UI is on the works.
Skype is perhaps the first instant messaging app and software that truly revolutionized how we communicate with others and after Microsoft has acquired the company, it has continue to improve it with frequent updates and new options and features. A number of Skype users have reported that they are getting some changes in the looks of their desktop version and this has now been confirmed by the Skype team on the official blog. Here’s what they said:
With this in mind, we recently started testing a refreshed UI on a small portion of Windows desktop users. And soon, some Skype for Mac users will see the new experience, too. The new UI aims to bring a clean and modern look to Skype, providing you with a delightful and coherent experience across all clients. We’ll be analyzing test results, gathering feedback, and fine-tuning the experience before releasing to our entire user base. Stay tuned for more updates on the effort.
Skype is set to gain a new look for Windows and Mac users
So, as we can see from the official notice, the new visual look won’t affect only Windows 8 users, but all users of the Skype desktop software. What’s interesting is that Skype will roll out the same update to Mac users, as well. However, at the moment, this is still in beta testing and we don’t even know how it could look like, so if you are one of the lucky ones to get the new look, do take a screenshot and let us know in the comments section from below.
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