‘Skype For Android’ Updated, Now Allows Users To Save Video Messages

‘Skype For Android’ Updated, Now Allows Users To Save Video Messages
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Skype for Android has been updated, and it is set to bring new features to your phone. The app has made it easier for users to share photos from the device’s gallery to group conversations.


Skype 6.11 has also upgraded emojis. One of the most notable changes is made to video messages. Android users can now update their Skype app and start saving video messages

Skype on November 18 announced version 6.11 for Android on its blog, in which the team wrote, “Sometimes the most precious memories are the everyday moments. And at Skype, we want to help people come together so they can share experiences wherever they are. Today, we’re excited to launch Skype 6.11 for Android, which brings new features that will help you share and keep those moments that matter.” The blog post further lists the features we will be getting with this update.

When you receive messages on Facebook or Whatsapp, photos or videos, as you download them, directly go to the gallery. Skype for Android is bringing the same feature to your devices. Here is how to save videos on Skype chat messages: tap on the video and hit Save. You can watch the video whenever you want by going to your Android’s gallery.

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The updated Skype for Android has also enhanced its search capability. Aside from group names and contacts, you will be able to search for chat content. Go to the Play Store and update the app, then experience the all-new Skype yourself. If you have anything to say about the update, go to Settings, where you will find Support. Under the option lies Feedback. You are free to give your views about the latest update on Skype.