Skype Video Messaging Reaches Full Release

Author dberak 18.6.2013. | 23:49

Skype yesterday announced that its video messaging service has graduated from beta status and is widely available for use. The service, which has been in trials since February, allows Skype users to record and send video messages (up to three minutes long) to other Skype users. Skype said that video messages can be viewed on any platform, but in order to record and send messages users must have devices running Android, BlackBerry, or iOS. Microsoft’s own Windows Phone platform is not yet able to record and send Skype video messages. The feature is free to use, and Skype said that users can send an unlimited number of messages.

 

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Recording a Skype Video Message is simple:

  • First, tap the “video message” button.
  • Next, tap the record button to capture your video message.
  • You can record a message of up to three minutes, which can be previewed prior to sending. If you’d like to, you can delete and re-record until you are completely happy with it.
  • When you are ready, simply click on the envelope icon to send your video message to the recipient.

To learn more about Skype Video Messaging, please visit this FAQ on the Support section of their site.

VIA | phonescoop.com

Author dberak 18.6.2013. | 23:49
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