Skype 2.6 for Mac Released

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Date: Wednesday, May 16th, 2007, 13:24
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On Wednesday, Skype released the final build of Skype 2.6, its Voice over Internet Protocol software for the Mac. The new version, which is available as a free 30.4 megabyte download, includes a new call-transfer feature currently unavailable on its Windows client as well as stability fixes, a public chat feature and a chat typing indicator within its instant message component to allow users to see when the other person is typing a message.
According to MacNN, Skype 2.6 also features support for DTMF tones for automatic answering services which are available during Skype-to-Skype calls. The update also improves how event reminders are handled and users can make calls to standard land lines and cell phones via the program’s Skype In and Skype Out services.
Skype requires Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later to run.
If you’ve tried the new version and have something to say about it, let us know.


skypelogo.jpg
On Wednesday, Skype released the final build of Skype 2.6, its Voice over Internet Protocol software for the Mac. The new version, which is available as a free 30.4 megabyte download, includes a new call-transfer feature currently unavailable on its Windows client as well as stability fixes, a public chat feature and a chat typing indicator within its instant message component to allow users to see when the other person is typing a message.
According to MacNN, Skype 2.6 also features support for DTMF tones for automatic answering services which are available during Skype-to-Skype calls. The update also improves how event reminders are handled and users can make calls to standard land lines and cell phones via the program’s Skype In and Skype Out services.
Skype requires Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later to run.
If you’ve tried the new version and have something to say about it, let us know.

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