Skype for Mac gets OS X Yosemite support

The good news is for Macs, who do not forget to use good-old Skype. Following the release of a major update for Mac earlier this month, Microsoft released an updated version of Skype at 7.1, which fully supports the new OS X Yosemite. Also solved the problem with video calls and crashes of the application in OS X Yosemite.

The motives are understandable - in a short time of accessibility for the general user, OS X Yosemite was downloaded by 13% of all Mac owners. Thousands of new users are updated every day to OS X Yosemite.

The design of the previous version of the messenger was already created in accordance with the Yosemite design style, but the hands of the developers did not reach the support of the new “apple” OS in the application. In addition to supporting OS X Yosemite, the latest build contains a number of updates and improvements.

Among them:

Skype has become friendlier to users who want, for example, to copy a link in a group chat. In addition, a problem was fixed that caused a crash when making a video call on Yosemite, as well as a bug when sending contact information.

You can try Skype 7.1 for Mac yourself by installing it from the official Skype website. Those who have already done this claim that the overall performance has become much higher, this also immediately affected the speed of the program.

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