Skype Video, Messaging Service is developing right now, so you start the program you want to send a clip to a friend. The feature allows you to send someone a video message up to three minutes long, you can see the next time they connect. It’s like a visual version of the voice message. Or you can send a pre-recorded message to someone who is already online. Skype is now launching a handful of countries, including the U.S. and the United Kingdom, and is seeking comment before launching full. It will be a part of the latest version of Skype for Mac, Android or iOS. Windows absent, especially considering that Microsoft owns Skype – although anyone using Skype on Windows Phone or Windows will be able to view the messages by clicking on a link. They just will not be able to send. The feature will eventually find its way on all platforms Skype works. A spokesman for Skype will not be called when you get Windows function. They told The Verge were “satisfied there is interest for video messaging to reach Skype for Windows and Skype for Windows 8”, and that they would “know” when you expand the Microsoft OS.
Via AllThingsD, TechRadar, The Verge