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On 11 November 2014, Microsoft announced that in 2015, Lync would be replaced by Skype for Business.
The latest version of the communication software combines features of Lync and the consumer Skype software.
On 21 December 2015, Gurdeep Singh Pall, Corporate Vice President of Skype, announced that Microsoft acquired the technology from Talko, "maker of an innovative mobile app for on-the-go business communications (...) Together, the new technology and talent will help us deliver great new features and capabilities in both Skype and Skype for Business." In January 2016, Skype announced it would roll out free group video calling to users on mobile devices, including i OS and Android.
In February 2016, Microsoft announced that it had started to introduce group calling on smartphones and tablets in North America and Western Europe.
Offline messages were implemented in a beta of version 5 but removed after a few weeks without notification.
The usual features familiar to instant messaging users—user profiles, online status indicators, and so on—are also included. Skype In, service allows Skype users to receive calls on their computers dialed by conventional phone subscribers to a local Skype phone number; local numbers are available for Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Denmark, the Dominican Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Ireland, Japan, Mexico, Nepal, New Zealand, Poland, Romania, South Africa, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
A Skype user can have local numbers in any of these countries, with calls to the number charged at the same rate as calls to fixed lines in the country.
The countries on this growing list are referred to collectively as the Skype In Countries.
Microsoft still offers the older Skype 8, which is Win32-based and runs on all systems from Windows XP (which is otherwise unsupported by Microsoft) to the most recent release of Windows 10.Skype for Windows, On 12 September 2005, e Bay Inc.agreed to acquire Luxembourg-based Skype Technologies SA for approximately US.5 billion in up-front cash and e Bay stock, plus potential performance-based consideration.There are two user interfaces – organizations can switch their users from the default Skype for Business interface to the Lync interface.Skype allows these registered users to communicate through both instant messaging and voice chat.Skype division headquarters are in Luxembourg, but most of the development team and 44% of all the division's employees are still situated in Tallinn and Tartu, Estonia.Skype allows users to communicate over the Internet by voice using a microphone, by video using a webcam, and by instant messaging.Skype supports conference calls, video chats, and screen sharing between 25 people at a time for free.On 20 November 2014, Microsoft Office's team announced that a new chat powered by Skype is going to be implemented in their software, giving tools to be able to chat with co-workers in the same document.First released in August 2003, Skype was created by the Swede Niklas Zennström and the Dane Janus Friis, in cooperation with Ahti Heinla, Priit Kasesalu, and Jaan Tallinn, Estonians who developed the backend that was also used in the music-sharing application Kazaa.In September 2005, e Bay acquired Skype for .6 billion.