Microsoft decided rolls beta of Skype for Web from

Nov

15

2014

Microsoft is Friday decided to roll out the beta of Skype for Web. Users have the service plug-ins need to be able to use Skype via their browser. The beta is only available for Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox and Safari.

Skype logo (128 pix) The service operates through the website of Skype, so writes The Verge. Microsoft uses the WebRTC APIs which conducting audio interviews, video chats and regular chats are possible via standard browsers. There are therefore no external plugins longer required. Skype for Web during the beta only available for Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox and Safari. It is unclear whether there is a change in later.

The beta of Skype for Web is initially only accessible to a limited number of people. It is unknown how large the scale of the test, but it is clear that both new and existing users get access to the beta. The service will be rolled out in the coming months to the general public.

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