Skype continues to progress its way through the world of computing, and as it has, Linux has been a platform that has dragged behind others. On Wednesday, Microsoft updated its Skype platform for Linux with version 188.8.131.52, and gives users a lot of new features for Linux.
While Linux isn’t one of the top platforms for computing, it has a strong enterprise stance and has dedicated users who use it daily. The latest Skype update for Linux should please those Linux fans looking for an update, and gives them a brand new interface to enjoy.
What’s New In Skype 4.3 For Linux
With all the fixes applied to Skype 4.3 for Linux, Microsoft has updated the user interface for the app, and has made it cleaner and easier to use for Linux users. Additionally, a new cloud-based group chat interface has been introduced, making group chat sessions a lot easier to enjoy.
What Linux fans with really enjoy is the mor reliable file transfer support when using multiple devices. Lots of Linux fans use multiple devices between tablets, phones, and desktops, and file transfers using Skype will make it easier to transmit them. It will allow those who operate multiple devices want to use Skype for Linux.
Blind and visually impaired users will also note greater accessibility with the Skype update for Linux. Additionally, PulseAudio 3.0 and 4.0 support has been introduced, which will allow for easier audio communications. Lastly, a lot of different bug fixes have been introduced with the changes with Skype for Linux.
This update to Skype for Linux did drop support for direct Alsa support, but Skype is recommending PulseAudio 4.0 for the best calling experience on Skype with Linux. Skype continues to evolve for Linux, and with these changes will make it a better overall program for them to use. The latest version is available to download from Skype, and Skype has dedicated social media accounts for Linux users in case they run into problems. This latest update should please many fans, and makes Linux fans want Skype more than ever before.
Skype for Linux saw big updates with this release. Microsoft supports Linux, and shows it support with this release.