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If an app or game does not have a rating, it means that it has not yet been rated, or it’s been rated and we’re working to update the page. On top of all that it's now emerging as the successor to Messenger.With Skype, you can communicate with your friends wherever they are and with whatever device you use, whether it's a latest generation phone, smart TV, PC or Mac.Its main interest lies in video calls, where it's becoming something of a benchmark.They're free, although if you want to make group video calls of up to 10 people, then you need to pay.In addition, Skype lets you call regular telephone numbers worldwide at a reduced rate, which is then deducted from your balance.
Finally, Skype, like a good successor to Messenger, lets you chat with your friends regardless of the service they're using, whether Skype, Messenger or Facebook.Using Skype isn't difficult, as long as you limit yourself to the basics.Calling another Skype user is really simple, and the same applies to making phone calls: the difficulties only appear if you want to use some of the more advanced features.Some functions are hidden in menus or buttons which aren't very descriptive (e.g.screen sharing), which requires a bit of prior learning and practice to take full advantage of it.The fact that Skype has become a reference point when it comes to regular calls and video calling is no coincidence: it's a real all-rounder.Skype is adaptable to almost any configuration, webcam, and network speed without requiring anything more than minimum configuration. There are many variables when it comes to good quality picture and sound, and Skype knows how to squeeze the full potential of your system, adapting the quality to the situation to keep the conversation flowing and stable.