Release Notes: Sign-in is now possible with a Microsoft account, and chat communication to Messenger, Xbox, Hotmail, and Outlook.com is possible. Minor user interface changes have been made. Multiple instances of the client can now run with different (secondary) logins. Full support for the "/golive" command has been implemented to ease hosting conference calls. Skype URIs in browsers can now launch the client. Notifications can now be sent to a user-selected audio device. Minor bugs and crashes have been resolved.
Release Notes: A serious security issue has been fixed which caused IM messages last entered or sent prior to a crash to be sent to a different IM contact. Saving of sent files to hard disks formatted with FAT32 is again possible. A crash when marking all conversations as viewed has been fixed. Participants appearing and disappearing from call view has been fixed.
Release Notes: A new Conversations View and a new Call View have been introduced. Audio and video call quality has been improved. Webcam support has been extended. Chat synchronization has been improved. New presence and emoticon icons have been added. The ability to store and view phone numbers has been introduced. Several crash and freeze scenarios have been resolved. Loading of the chat history is now much faster.
Release Notes: Many minor bugs were fixed. Stability and performance improvements were made.
Release Notes: Several drag-and-drop enhancements, the abiilty to enable/disable automatic sound mixer adjustment, more configure options, and many bugfixes, among them some connected with Skype crashing and sound related-issues.
Release Notes: This release fixes a crash on startup which occurred for users with auto-login enabled.
Release Notes: Big improvements have been made in animated emoticons, automatic volume correction, and better support for sound devices. Other changes include better UI features and many bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release includes Skype's own audio library, animated emoticons, call forwarding, and many other changes and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release includes the ability to create new accounts, emoticons in chat, dialpad functionality, technical call info, birthday reminders, numerous bugfixes, and access to the Skype public API via X11 and D-BUS, allowing users to write 3rd-party extensions and utilities for Skype.
Release Notes: This release includes greatly improved audio quality, a completely new user interface (written in Qt 4), and numerous bugfixes and improvements.