Skype’s video messaging service, which was launched in beta back in February, is now available for Android, iOS, Mac and PC users. Windows Phone however has been left out, which is surprising as Microsoft owns both companies.
The service allows users to record 3-minute long videos and message them to friends and family, essentially a video voicemail. The video can be viewed straight away, or saved for later. You also don’t need WI-Fi for the video messaging service to work. All you have to do is update the Skype App on your PC or Smartphone to gain the feature.