Skype Rolls Out Screen Share Feature to Android, iOS Insider Build Users

Skype Rolls Out Screen Share Feature to Android, iOS Insider Build Users

For the iOS and Android versions of the app, users will soon be able to share their smartphone screens during a call. Other popular messaging apps like WhatsApp, Messenger, or even Google's Duo lack such a feature, which means Skype is now one of the most convenient ways to broadcast your screen.

If you'd like to try the new screen sharing feature, you need to be part of Microsoft's Skype Insider beta program. Simply tap on. and select Share Screen to get started. To join the Insider Preview programme for Skype, head to their website to sign up. Microsoft made it clear Apple's mobile OS would support the feature, so it's probably just a matter of time rather than anything serious. On a more casual front, Microsoft offers examples where a screen is shared to do "online shopping with your bestie" or to "share your swipes of dating apps".

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Microsoft views this new feature as being extremely useful for sharing content. If Skype's other experiments are anything to go by, screen sharing could roll out in less than a month. Still, better late than never for Skype. But Skype might soon be the new secret weapon when it comes to helping baby boomers figure out how to use their new-fangled smartphones, as it's soon rolling out a new screen sharing feature on its iOS and Android apps.

As mentioned, the feature is still in beta testing.

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