Skype Glitch Will Be Fixed Soon

Skype Glitch Will Be Fixed Soon

The glitch that has occurred in Skype is preventing the members to make calls. Those who regularly use Skype to make calls and video chat with others over continents might not find the usual ease as they experience with the software. A recent glitch that has developed is making members unable to change their status. The desktop or the mobile app is not working properly. Hence, you might only be using the web version till the glitch is fixed.
For making calls, the web version of Skype is recommended right now. The technical glitch appears today and it is interrupting the smooth process of connecting and making calls that the users are used to. The issue was acknowledged by the software representatives early on Monday morning. Status issues were alerted by the representatives. Those who use Skype will find that they are unable to change their status, whether online, busy or inactive or offline. Again, phone calls are not being exchanged as a result. In case of group chat messages, the delivery of the same is being disrupted in certain cases though not in all.
The profile details, status and credit balance is taking time to load on the software and hence, it is interrupting the usual flow of functions and features that users expect to use and see on this platform. The web quality assurance executives stated that they were working on the glitch and hoped to fix the issue soon. Skype is the Microsoft software that faces issues from apps like WhatsApp and Viber. It is, however, quite popular, having established itself in the video call and phone call over internet technology segment. Many people even use the technology to rely on communication at a regular basis. The only saving grace is that, the web version is working even if the desktop or the mobile versions seem to be affected. As a result, those who have Internet Explorer 10 or higher version or the latest versions of Firefox, Chrome and Mac will be able to use the web version. The web interface allows the status to be changed as well as get people on the web interface. Hence, unless the callers are all on the web interface, it will not be easy to get in touch with contacts. However, with several experts working on the issue, the glitch is expected to be solved soon and hopefully the same features and functionalities can be expected out of Skype as before.

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September 22nd, 2015 by