Microsoft it was bringing group video calls to Skype a month ago, and the new feature is taking off right on schedule to iOS and Android. The company has said it will start first adding the feature to Skype accounts in Europe and the US and is expected to complete the rollout throughout the following week, with the rest of the world after by March.
Skype group video calls are now free on iOS and Android
Microsoft is allowing up to 25 people to take part at the same time in a video call, with the person making the call displayed prominently in the center. Microsoft has teamed up with Intel for the feature, to have its SILK Super Wide Band sound codec running on the Azure cloud servers, along these lines diminishing the nearby preparing strain of a large group video call.
Along the group video calling rollout, Microsoft is also developing its Skype visit welcome feature to iOS and Android. This lets anybody invite people to group discussion, and they can even take an interest in a video call utilizing Skype for The Web.
Microsoft isn’t the first to empower group video calling on mobile devices. Google Hangouts has since quite a while ago bolstered up to 10 people on the same video call, however, Skype’s 300 million users imply this is a huge expansion. Apple has still not empowered a comparative component for iOS, leaving FaceTime as the main significant video calling service to need group video calling in the iPhone.