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Skype will let you share your screen on Android and iOS

Skype adds screen sharing on iOS and Android - news Skype adds screen sharing to its iOS and Android apps
Cecil Davis | 14 April, 2019, 14:23

You'll need to be a Skype Insider member in order to have access to the feature for now, but it is expected to rollout to the wider Skype mobile community in the coming months.

"Your device is no longer a limitation on getting more done with Skype". On a more casual front, Microsoft offers examples where a screen is shared to do "online shopping with your bestie" or to "share your swipes of dating apps". Soon All the Skype For iOS & Android Users will be able to enjoy this feature.

This new build brings screen sharing support to these apps. When you are on the most recent adaptation of Skype beta on Android or iOS, take a stab at making a video call and utilizing the new Screen Share alternative.

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With the Screen Share feature in action, users can share the screen during a video call. With this addition, Skype not only outpaces competitors in the consumer space - such as Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, Instagram, etc. but also catches up with business-grade solutions like Slack (paid versions) or Zoom. The feature will be able to blur the background while on a video call with your contacts on Skype.

In case you're wondering why anyone would need such a feature on Skype, this comes in handy for a wide variety of purposes, and Microsoft highlights just a few of them. It allows you to concentrate on your calls without worrying whether your room is in a bad shape. 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. You can definitely find a lot of reasons for which this new feature will turn out useful.