Skype Rolls Out Screen Share Feature to Android, iOS Insider Build Users

Skype Rolls Out Screen Share Feature to Android, iOS Insider Build Users

Microsoft's messaging app Skype looks like it's getting another friendly face in an upcoming version - yours!

The feature is now available to beta testers only but will roll out globally in a month or less. Microsoft confirmed in a blog post that users in the Skype Insider preview program can play with the new feature as of Thursday. You will be able to share anything on your phone display to friends, family, or coworkers. Simply tap on ... and select Share Screen to get started.

Microsoft imagines you'll use it to show a colleague your PowerPoint presentation or to swipe through Tinder with a BFF.

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Right now, the feature is limited to the members of the Skype Insider (beta tester) Program and to join the test ring, you can download the latest Insider version of Skype via this link. And, according to The Verge, it still hasn't gone live on the Skype for iOS beta.

A look at what mobile screen-sharing on Skype might look like. Skype would come with a new button to share the screen, with simple options being offered, including permissions for the incoming video and subtitles.

Background blur in Skype uses artificial intelligence to keep you in focus during video calls. But considering that the feature that allowed video chat with 50 participants was in beta for less than a month, we expect this to be rolled out soon too. Instead as said earlier, the latest Skype Preview has it, which is in case you don't know what Skype Preview is, let's elucidate. The app is always improving via new updates, and another one just landed.

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