Windows 10: Screen sharing goes mobile and more with Skype on Android and iOS

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  1. Brink Win User

    Screen sharing goes mobile and more with Skype on Android and iOS


    Source: Screen sharing goes mobile—and more | Skype Blogs

    Download: https://www.skype.com/en/get-skype/skype-for-mobile/

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    Brink, Jun 5, 2019
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  2. Brink Win User

    Skype Preview version 8.43.76.38 Introduces Screen Sharing on Mobile


    Source: Skype Preview Introducing Screen Sharing on mobile - Microsoft Community

    Download: Skype Insider | Install a Preview version of Skype
     
    Brink, Jun 5, 2019
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  3. Darksaber Win User
    Skype goes mobile!

    Well, this step was just a matter of time. Skype is now available for Mobile phones. It is even compatible to SkypeOut. It needs a bluetooth phone as it seems, since the article mentions this for the use of the software. No further details on how the software is made, and what kind of software support is needed by the phone. But I am sure that all the info can be found at the creator's website: EpyxMobile.

    Read the whole story at Softpedia
     
    Darksaber, Jun 5, 2019
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  4. Screen sharing goes mobile and more with Skype on Android and iOS

    SkyPE for iOS and Windows

    Hello,

    I now occasionally check after SkyPE version updates whether or not Microsoft has addressed the Privacy issue I've previously reported, namely your Contacts list now no longer includes just your own Contacts, but a list of strangers - and indeed presumably
    the opposite happens regardless of Privacy settings.

    However, this question is not exactly related to the above, though may be connected.

    I can login to SkyPE on iOS and on Windows via App or Web. Both iOS version logins and Windows Logins are although seemingly the same, sharing the same hotmail email address, but the profile screens show different content - the one accessed via iOS has no
    information about my mobile number, whereas the one on my PC does... .

    The profile settings also had a different option setting - "Discoverability" on the phone was checked (now unchecked), but all others remained the same.

    On the PC / Web version - under Account Settings, I see my alongside the Blue SkyPE "S-logo", the heading"Skype Name: " followed by my SkyPE ID, and underneath that against "Microsoft account" I see a link to "Connect a Microsoft account
    for a better skype experience"...

    On the iOS version, I do not see a "SkyPe Name" heading, simply "Microsoft account" with the word "Linked" shown under that.

    Also, I tried logging into the PC version using my mobile number, but that wasn't recognised.....

    So oddly it looks like I have two different IDs both have the same underlying hotmail account, the contacts list as exported to CSV from the iOS version (looks to be the same as that shown on the PC version.... but the PC version doesn't appear to have an
    export to CSV option). It's also the iOS version is the one showing these Strangers' IDs within my contacts list - something I do not want, and am very concerned that my ID is being shown in other's contacts lists - contrary to all Privacy Laws.

    1. How is it that this situation could have arisen ?

    2. How can I switch to using the Skype login (rather than the Linked Microsoft account login) upon my iOS device ?

    3. As both appear to be linked to my Hotmail account, why are the Privacy settings not being respected upon the iOS version ?

    4. How can I be assured that the Privacy settings are being adhered ?
     
    EnglishmanInJapan, Jun 5, 2019
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