Install the new ‘Skype for Linux’ on Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora and more
Skype has clients for Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, and even Linux, and the service is so popular due to its cross-compatibility. It’s one of the best available choices for staying in touch with whomever you need to across vast distances.
Microsoft launched a fresh preview of Skype for Linux
It comes with both RPM and DEB packages available, and this will make it easier to install it on Ubuntu or Fedora for instance. As a quick reminder, both Ubuntu and Fedora will be available in the Windows Store this fall.
Skype’s new interface is really nice and it that’s why the tool could be enjoyable to use on Linux powered systems.
The next-gen Skype for Linux is here, and it brings new features
You are now able to download Skype preview for Linux, and you can begin to enjoy all its new features across all of your devices. These features include screen sharing and also group chat.
Using Skype for Linux, you will be able to make the best out of the screen sharing feature on your desktop screen. You will be able to share content with everyone on the call, this way, making it easier to bring all your calls to life and work together on projects.
The new Group chat feature for Skype for Linux lets you talk to more friends at the same time. There are also options to personalize conversations with emoticons, photos, and emojis and, this way, you’ll be able to express yourself in your individual style better. You will be able to turn your daily flat conversations into more engaging experiences.
The next-gen Skype for Linux is a part of Microsoft’s strategy to rebuild the service from the ground up using the cloud technology. This will be a more reliable platform targeted at a larger audience.
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