Skype for iPad

Skype for iPad

By Skype Communications S.a.r.l

  • Category: Social Networking
  • Release Date: 2011-08-02
  • Current Version: 8.37
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 130.52 MB
  • Developer: Skype Communications S.a.r.l
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4/5 ( 68,913 Reviews)
  • Price:
Skype for iPad App Ratings: 4
Total 68,913 Reviews

Skype for iPad App Description

The Skype you know and love has an all-new design, optimized to help you stay connected with the people you care about most. What can I do with Skype? • Communicate easily with the people in your life through free Skype-to-Skype video/audio calls, personalized messaging, and low-rate calling to mobiles and landlines around the world. • Message: send photos, videos, voice messages, emoticons, Mojis, react to messages, and more. • Groups: Free group video and audio calling for up to 25 participants, group chat with up to 300 people, plan or play with bots, add-ins, and personalized features Upgrading to the new Skype may result in the deletion of content from older conversations. To save photos and videos that were previously sent or received in an older version of Skype, save that content to your camera roll/photo gallery before upgrading to the new Skype. Note: Skype-to-Skype calls and messages are always free when used on an unlimited data plan or WiFi connection. Otherwise, operator data charges may apply. System requirements: iOS 10.0 or above.


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Skype for iPad App Reviews

  • Awesome app!

    By Ilya Izrailevsky
    Awesome app for communicating and staying in touch!
  • New update

    By .,()#&*
    I hate the newest update. Having to search for stickers and mojis. If you don’t know what it’s called can’t find it. Change it back
  • Review

    By anamava
    So far so good! I hope SKYPE fixed the sound and the connections. I tried a while ago and it was frustrating. Today sounds great!
  • Listening to feedback?

    By TheRixta
    So you’re listening to feedback are you? How about stop updating the app every few days?!
  • Best calling device

    By FazeeyDude
    I have tried out SOOOO Many calling apps but they all don’t work. The call cuts and they aren’t clear when the camera is on. But for Skype it is awesome. You call someone from across the world the audio is just like you are hearing it in person. The camera is clear always. This app gave me a experience that I will only get if I use this app. Wonderful. I would definitely recommend this app.
  • Still good and on more platforms that FaceTime

    By jbtepper
    As expected, there are occasional freezes of the video when the WiFi connection is slow, but it usually comes back to life within 10 seconds or so. Aside from that, I’ve been a satisfied user for over 10 years!
  • Works well

    By Crew2447
    I use Skype for music lessons. My instructor is in Germany and I am in Washington state. I can’t play along with him, but voice and video work well. I do occasionally hear my own playing coming back from his computer, which isn’t perfect. I have heard from other musicians that the retention level from Skype lessons is significantly higher than from face to face lessons where student and teacher are together in the same room.
  • Awesome app

    By vtikgws
    Very easy in use and convenient
  • Can once again attach photos from My Photo Stream

    By milehigal
    It appears that version 8.37 of Skype for iPad, which was released today (1/17/2019), has restored the ability to attach photos from the My Photo Stream album when messaging. Thanks Alexandra (forum moderator) and the app development team. ;)
  • A horrible company (Microsoft)

    By Hopalong Rabinowitz
    Had to use Skype for a scheduled business call. Started Skype and was blocked by a mandatory, not circumventable “get it now” upgrade screen. If I wanted to make the important call I had to immediately upgrade. Upgraded, and now stuck with garbage software that I didn't want or need. It's pretty bad. I’m now looking for an alternative to Skype. I’m old enough to remember Microsoft in the age of Windows 3.0 refusing to allow deletion of Internet Explorer, covertly installing a “Super Cookie” and other sleazy tricks. And more recently their tricky covert installs of Windows 10 even when you clicked the “don't install” X-button. I suppose they looked at what Facebook has been successfully doing and decided “hey, we can be bullies again”. My advice is: find an alternative to Skype and leave the Microsoft ecosystem behind. The software is bad and the company is worse.