Skype Takes on Zoom By Reminding People Ease of Use

One of the biggest changes that a lot of people are having to go through in this modern day and age where the coronavirus has become such a serious issue for people have to deal with has to do with the fact that we are all isolating ourselves in our homes and social distancing because of the fact that this might just be the only thing that would allow us to truly protect ourselves from a virus that is quickly becoming far more deadly than we could ever have realized.

Since people aren’t able to go out, all kinds of things such as classes you have to attend or work meetings are being done remotely and the application of choice for people to use in this regard generally tends to be Zoom. A big part of the reason why that is the case has to do with the fact that Zoom is a nice application for group voice calls, but it is by no means the first. Microsoft's Skype was the first time that people were actually able to make voice and video calls and the like, and they tended to improve things in a really big way. However, Skype quickly fell out of favor, so much so that it is by no means the application of choice for people during this pandemic.

However, Skype is trying to change this by reminding people that it can be used for call conferencing without any kind of downloads being required, something that can really improve the manner in which you might end up using this service all in all. You don’t even really need an account, and anyone can start a group video call by using the web service that is being offered by the platform. These are things that matter and they might just end up making it more likely that people would want to use Skype.



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