Skype has been launched about 15 years ago and it’s only now that Microsoft finally decided to add a call recording feature to the app.
It’s going to happen sometime later this month, via an update and the feature will be cloud-based and will allow users to access the recordings via Windows, Mac, iOS, Android and also Linux.
This feature marks the first time Skype has done anything like this ever since it was launched and users used to rely on third-party apps to allow them to record their calls.
In addition, Skype is also playing around with a Content Creator mode that will allow users to integrate Xsplit, Wirecast and Vmix into the app. There’s also a few more features that will poke their head around Skype this summer, including a fresh desktop app with a mobile-style design.
The call recording feature will become available for the latest Skype versions as well, in time.