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Mac users finally got the next best thing as Skype announced the launching of Skype 5.8 for Mac. Does it already have the ability to open multiple accounts without using multiple Skype applications?
Skype has recently launched its latest version 5.8 for the Mac users supporting the current OS of Mac as well as full support for the next desktop OS from Apple Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion.
Though this release is not full of new features but there is obviously some notable features Mac users have been waiting for.
This new version of Skype maintains a different interface of contacts. You can use this feature by selecting "Contacts" from the main menu and see all the updates of your contact groups in one place so you don’t need to open multiple Skype applications to communicate with more than one friend at a time.
This new version bringing some other new features like now you can turn off the automatic update of Skype. The iOS video calling support has been improved in this release. Another noticeable new feature is now only one member of a group needs to be premium subscriber group conference calls.
Yes, Skype 5.8 upgrade allows you to open multiple accounts. Skype calls has moreover accepted a upgrade, in any event in Skype's eyes, so you could prefer to do your part and affirm what they have shared, elsewise the programming builds could feel that the sum total of their hard work has gone down the channel. Skype for Mac is savvy enough to discover this adaptation, and it will program re-situate the video call. Since that is not keen, I am not actually beyond any doubt what to call it.
Screen Sharing has moreover been enhanced, where you are now fit to impart your desktop over a call, or basically to demonstrate partners and clan your photographs. Skype Premium subscribers will moreover empower Skype 5.8 for Mac to at the same time presentation your live film in the company of your photographs, permitting your mates and clan parts to see what you are seeing, and you are able to weigh out their responses in close continuous speed.