Once you're done recording, you can annotate the screen with text, emojis, and drawings.
A new cool feature is called ' Highlights'.
If the user maps the number to your name in contacts, it'll show your name.
Advanced, you'll be able to set up the hot keys you want.
The new service allows customers to charge incoming callers by the minute or require a one-time fee, providing pay-for services at the click of a button.
Following the success of online services such as Google Answers and Yahoo!
Making a call can be as easy as double-clicking on a name in your contacts list, but Skype can do much more. My Account (which takes you to a web page) find the Caller ID settings and put in a number—your cell, your Skype number if you have one, your home landline, whatever.
We all know Caller ID isn't always displayed on the other end of a call, but when it is, it'll show the number you selected.
And while Skype still dominates these "over-the-top" (OTT) communications services, competition is now fierce.
Apple's Face Time, Facebook Messenger, Google Duo, oo Voo, Kik, Whats App, and many more integrate voice and video calling, especially on smartphones.