I also noticed that all the links I shared with Skype in the last 2 weeks have been visited at least once by a Chrome browser (with Google referrer), the most particular is this: Total visits are 5, one is mine (the only Firefox), another one (with Chrome) is the click done by the Skype interlocutor (I'm pretty sure that she visited it just one time because the count of visits from Italy is 2 (my click and her's)). If it was Microsoft, why the referrers are and the browser identifies as Chrome?
we've created this space in order to invite you, through our webcam, a few moments of initimity in our life of every days, since our living room or our kitchen, in our bathroom or our bedroom.
For a long time, Skype was the world leader when it came to Vo IP apps.
Since Skype’s heyday, however, many other apps have launched that enable you to call others from your devices.
If you’re fed up with Skype then, you might want to try these alternatives.
If you want something with even more features, try out Viber. A direct competitor to Skype, offering free user-to-user calls and (mostly) free calls within the U. While you could use Hangouts as just another messaging app, that’s the last thing we need.
A couple of days ago I was having a conversation using Skype, then I wanted to share a link to a page with the interlocutor.
I didn't want to let her understand the link content by just looking at the URL so I shortened it with Google shortening service, then I wrote her the link.
On the other hand I get unsolicited instant messages from strangers and these messages do not trigger a NIS warning.