Skype launches alpha version of its application for users of the Linux operating system




Skype today announced the latest alpha version of its application messaging Skype for users of the open source Linux system, where the customer is looking forward application Instant – based VoIP protocol owned by Microsoft to catch up with other copies of the application on the rest of the platforms.

And it discusses the many users of the application on the Linux operating system on the fact that the previous version is considered backward given the copies available for Windows systems and Mac.

Users complained previously greatly from lack of copy number of features and it does not support it, because I got it last updated version to more than two years.

And it includes the latest version of the alpha and the user interface of the Skype application on other platforms, which bring the new version of the Linux users a new and modern design.

You can download the new version through the following link along the DEB and RPM , and allow an alpha version to send messages and make voice calls and basic Video and share files, photos, videos, and I got the copy on a whole new set of emoticons.

This version is not considered the final version of the application, so users want Microsoft to do her experience and write about their observations to help them set priorities and add future features of the final version.

Users can the alpha version of the new Skype application-oriented Linux contact persons who use Skype on Windows and Mac OS and any iOS and Android and a copy of the Web.

But will not be able to contact users of the old version of the system’s Linux Skype, because the new application uses the latest generation of architectural communication.

Skype also the company also unveiled a new Web version of its application – oriented users Chromebook Chromebook devices, users can alpha version of Skype on a Chromebook devices make voice and video calls as well.


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