The new version of Skype for Linux is now available. This is the new Skype version 126.96.36.199 Beta for Linux. Skype is the most popular Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) application. You can make free phone calls to any of your friends and family all over the world. You can chat and video call as [...]
If you need VoIP application that is portable, can be bring anywhere, I suggest you to use this Skype 5 beta portable edition for Windows. This is unofficial portable edition of Skype. You can download this Skype portable from the link provided below this post.
Skype direct from the repos. I can stay on a voice call all day long with no issue. However when I start video chat it seems to close the entire skype randomly. The other day my video chat lasted 1 1/2 hours before skype closed itself. Yesterday only 10 minutes or so. When I say close I mean closed, as in have to restart skype altogether.
If you have installed Ubuntu 11.10 (latest version : beta 1, final is coming on Oct 13th) then first you would need to install some basic applications ( Recommended post – top things to do after installing ubuntu 11.10) to begin, e.g a VoIP software – that can be used to make free calls (audio/video) over the internet.
Microsoft's Skype division has released a major update to its popular closed source VoIP, video and text chat software for Linux. Version 4.1 of adds support for Microsoft accounts and running multiple instances of the software...
Microsoft's Skype division has released a major update to its popular closed source VoIP, video and text chat software for Linux.
This is the latest version of Skype 5.10 for Windows OS. This new version of Skype comes with many improvements such as better video call user experiences and many other bug fixes. Skype is currently the most popular Voice over Internet Protocol application that lets user make free phone calls to/from all over the world [...]
Skype, the popular chat service known for its high video quality, has had a Linux port of its client around for several years. However, like a handful of other Linux ports, it isn’t quite the same client as you might find on Windows or Mac OS X. Is the Linux port of Skype still a functional application, or is it in need of some tender loving care by its developers? Let’s take a look.