Skype will continue working on older versions of Windows Phone, Android, and iOS until early 2017

Himanshu, 13 August, 2016

If you recall, Microsoft announced last month that starting October this year, Skype will no longer be supported on the older versions of some operating systems including Android, iOS, Windows Phone, as well as OS X.

While that's still the case, the Redmond, Washington-based company has now updated its documentation to reflect that the app will continue to work until early 2017. The software giant, however, does make it clear that there will be "some limitations," suggesting not all features will be available post October.



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