Join Lisa Larson-Kelley for an in-depth discussion in this video Using Skype on an iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad, part of Up and Running with Skype for Windows.
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…Using Skype on iOS really brings Skype to the masses.…The ease of use of the software, combined with the…user friendly design of Apple products, makes it accessible to everyone.…There's nothing like connecting with family through…full screen video on your iPad as…you introduce your new baby or open up holiday gifts in life size video.…Skype is supported on iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch.…You can download the Skype…app version for your device from the App Store.…And it's free.…Almost all Skype features are supported,…including video calls and instant messaging.…
There are limitations in managing contacts, and…some of the more advanced features aren't available.…Let's take a look at each iOS device…in more detail and what is and isn't supported.…Skype for iPad is compatible with iPad…2, iPad third generation, fourth generation, and…iPad Mini.…It currently supports all Skype features except starting a…group voice call, showing your favorite contacts, and screen sharing.…You can't share your screen on the iPad, but…
- Getting the right equipment
- Launching Skype
- Adding and managing contacts
- Making audio and video calls
- Using Skype on mobile devices
- Setting up Skype voicemail
- Recording Skype calls
- Sharing your screen
- Making group calls
- Managing privacy settings
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Familiar with Skype
2. Setting Up a Webcam, Microphone, and Speakers
3. Making Your First Skype Call
4. Using Skype on Mobile Devices
5. Advanced Features
6. Advanced Features in Skype for Windows Desktop
7. Tips and Best Practices
Managing privacy settings2m 54s
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