Skype-for-web

Skype open its web-based client for the whole world, having started in the United States and Britain earlier this month. Skype’s web version in beta and now supports chat communication Chromebook and Linux (without maintenance aloud and video still).

The expansion of the beta to all users adds support for a long list of languages.

Here is a full list: Arabic, Bulgarian, Czech, Danish, English, German, Greek, Spanish, Estonian, Finnish, French, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese (Brazil), Portuguese (Portugal), Romanian, Russian, Swedish, Turkish, Ukrainian, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese.

If you want to try Skype for Web Beta, simply visit Skype.com or web.skype.com and log in with your account if you do not have one, create a new one. To use the web version, you will be prompted to install a special plug-in software, which takes a few seconds. Based on my limited experience with the beta versions it was work as expected. Should be much more useful for people who want to have easy access to to Skype.

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