Use Skype via browser for beta web:
Skype is most popular social media. Here is good news for Skype lovers. What is good news? Now Skype lovers can use Skype via browser. Now if you did not install skype on your PC, do not worry; now you can use skype on browser. As on blog post “It’s perfect if you prefer using the web rather than an app: perhaps you’re sitting at a computer that doesn’t already have Skype downloaded. Or maybe you’re on the go and using an internet café or hotel computer whilst on vacation where you can’t download Skype at all. Using Skype for Web makes it more convenient to get to your conversations.”
Announcement of Use Skype via browser:
Microsoft has announced yesterday to use Skype via browser. This announcement is for web beta. Soon all users of world will use this.
Has become easier to use Skype via browser?
Yes it has become easier for those who are regular users of Skype. It is also faster to communicate through browser than before.
How to use skype on browser?
If you do not know how to use Skype on browser, do not worry, it’s very simple and easy. Please follow some steps to open Skype on browser:
- Type skype.com
- There is a requirement to install small plug-in to use Skype via browser. it must be installed to call anywhere.
- If you have Skype account log in.
- If you are new use then register.
Can we use Skype on all browsers?
We can use skype on chrome, firefoxe,safari browsers.
Will it be available for all users yet?
No it will not be available for all users yet. An iniviation will be sent to some users to use Skype via browser. To check this please login in skype on browser. It will be available for all users in coming weeks.
A work on RTC (real-time communication) is being done yet. RTC technology will provide real time connectivity. RTC will eliminate need of any download and install.
Will it consume battery life of PC?
Yes it will consume while running skype on browser. video calls can take long time than normal for connectivity.
To get more detail please visit http://blogs.skype.com/2014/11/14/please-welcome-skype-for-web-beta/