Skype 4.0 Stable for Linux Officially Released

Comes with easier conversations and quicker calls!

By on June 14th, 2012 17:05 GMT

Skype proudly announced today, June 14th, that Skype 4.0 for Linux operating systems has been released and it’s available for download.

After so many years in development, Skype comes with a major stable release of its amazing software, Skype 4.0, bringing lots of new features that already existed on other supported platforms.

Highlights of Skype 4.0:

· Unified window thanks to the new Conversations View, allowing users to easily track their chats (the old view can still be enabled from the Chat options);
· A brand new Call View;
· Better call quality;
· Improved video call quality;
· Support for more webcams;
· Better chat synchronization;
· New emoticon icons and presence;
· Ability to store and view phone numbers on a contact's profile;
· Faster load times of chat history;
· Support for Czech and Norwegian languages;
· Fixed overall stability.

Download Skype 4.0 for Linux right now from Softpedia.

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