Skype Lite Allows Group Video Calls to Guest Users

Earlier this year Microsoft chief executive officer Satya Nadella has announced Skype Lite for Indian market. This app can be used to make group video calls. Those users who do not have skype accounts or have not registered with skype would be able to attend the calls on their phones, desktop and laptops. Skype Lite Allows Group Video Calls to Guest Users.

The main purpose of the company is to expand the messaging and video calling services for the Indian. Because major portion of population in this area posses outdated handset and lives by on slow networks.

Skype Lite Allows Group Video Calls to Guest Users

The invitation link can be shared by whatsapp or any other medium will encourage the users to download Skype on their phones, desktops and laptops. it will also encourage them to install an extension (Skype Web extension). But no extension or account would be required if the guest user just wants to have a text conversation with the host. The invitation link is valid for 24 hours.

Skype Lite app has introduced by the company on the occasion of Diwali. On this day understandably people more calls and send more messages to their friends and beloved ones. While on other hand Facebook and WhatsApp are not offering group video calls though there are 200 millions users in India.

Skype Lite is stripped version of the marquee Skype Lite. This app has designed to work smoothly on slow net and on entry level phones. This app is available for Android users exclusively.

Skype Lite provides all the features of the official Skype application and Users of Skype Lite will find some new features too. It takes up less than half of the space on your phone. An another advantage of this app is to carry out control of data usage.

The company is expanding the offspring of Skyp Lite to make it famous among the people of India.

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