Skype is one of the most popular ways to chat online, but you may have never used it before. In just a few minutes, we'll have you text chatting, voice or video calling friends and family anywhere in the world.
Originally introduced in 2010, just in time for the release of the iPhone 4, FaceTime, Apple's proprietary video-calling application, allows users to video chat with their friends and family. But what else can it do?
Voice over IP services are getting more and more popular, but there are still a few that stand above the pack. In this guide, we'll give you a few options for the best VOIP services for home and business users.
Skype may be the premiere voice-over-IP service, but it doesn't include built-in software for recording audio or video calls. Here's how to how to record a Skype call using a variety of tools, including some freemium software.
Skype filters now allow users to jazz up their photos before sending them in the chat or adding to Highlights. The app now suggests augmented reality filters based on what's in the photo, like the Sprinkles app.
Skype for mobile received a major overhaul exactly a year ago. This week it's the turn of the desktop app. The new design comes with fresh features and (hopefully) improvements, and is available now for Windows, Mac, and Linux.