Skype's Mac Beta software was anointed with another update this morning, adding an "improved" user interface and new voice call support. With version 5.5, users will be able to accept incoming calls with or without video, while taking advantage of the program's streamlined layout, which has apparently made it easier for them to mute, transmit videos, share screens and add others on to their calls. Skype is currently asking for feedback on the new build, so if you wanna give it a spin for yourself, check out the source link below.
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Skype 5.5 for Mac Beta Provides Improved Call UI and More

Today, we're pleased to announce an update to Skype for Mac with the launch of Skype 5.5 for Mac Beta. This update includes improved Call UI, the ability to accept incoming calls with or without video and improvements in call quality and stabilization. The improved discoverability of Skype's Call allows Mac users to easily mute their microphone, send video, share their screen, send files and even add more people during a call.

We would like to encourage our most frequent users to try this build and provide feedback on the new call functionality - your ongoing feedback plays a significant role in helping us drive continuous product improvement.

To try out this update, download the latest version Skype 5.5 for Mac Beta today and share your feedback with us. Please report any issues to our Support Network or on our public issue tracker so we can help make the Skype experience as smooth as possible for our users.

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Skype for Mac Beta update adds revamped call UI, incoming video calls