Microsoft Will Allow iPhone, Android Users to Share Their Screens on Skype

Skype adds screen sharing on iOS and Android - GSMArena.com news

Skype adds screen sharing to its iOS and Android apps

The new features are coming to Skype thick and fast of late, with another just announced in the form of easy screen sharing from mobile device during calls.

That's why it is bringing screen sharing to its official Skype apps for Android and iOS. The ability to screen share is arriving on Android and iOS soon, with the feature rolling out for Skype Insider users now. Instead of having to describe what they should be seeing and where to tap, users can now just demonstrate where a certain feature or option is.

"Your device is no longer a limitation on getting more done with Skype".

Microsoft notes that users will be able to share their displays to show co-workers a PowerPoint presentation, or share their swipes on dating apps, or do some co-ordinated online shopping. Its absence on bigger platforms has allowed smaller apps that offer mobile screen sharing, like Squad, to fill the void.

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Microsoft is leaving no stone unturned to make is video calling service Skype better. By using the Screen Recording button, users will be able to enable this feature. It allows you to concentrate on your calls without worrying whether your room is in a bad shape.

While iOS apps are usually sandboxed, which usually prevents access to system functions such as the screen buffer, the app takes advantage of the iOS 11 live broadcasting API.

Background blur in Skype uses artificial intelligence to keep you in focus during video calls. The feature does not interfere with the usual process associated with making Skype video calls. Starting today, Skype has you covered.

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