How to share screen on Skype for Android?


Other suggested use of this feature by Microsoft is to PowerPoint presentations, "swipes on dating apps", or for online shopping with friends. Though, it had since lost its dominant position in the market, the Microsoft-owned video-calling app continues to launch and add some cool new features. Its absence on bigger platforms has allowed smaller apps that offer mobile screen sharing, like Squad, to fill the void. Apple device owners who want the Skype Preview iOS app will need to get it through Apple's TestFlight program.

The previously announced screen sharing feature for Skype on iOS and Android is now available in the Skype Insider betas.

More news: Arsenal to investigate alleged racist abuse in Europa League tie
More news: Pistons get final ticket to playoffs
More news: Tesla Model 3 updates: Leasing, Autopilot standard, base model limited

Skype users can share mobile screens during video calls. If you are a Skype Beta tester (a.k.a Skype Insider), launch the Skype Preview app on your device, tap the ellipsis (...) menu icon during a video call, select "Share Screen" and then tap "Start Broadcast". Albeit the screen sharing feature has been available for desktop users for years, Skype is bringing it to Android and iOS users. And, according to The Verge, it still hasn't gone live on the Skype for iOS beta.

The potential applications of mobile screen-sharing are varied and extremely useful. You can definitely find a lot of reasons for which this new feature will turn out useful. With this change, Skype now permits a bigger number of members in group calls than FaceTime which permits up to 32 individuals in a single call, however enterprise-focused software, for example, Zoom enable you to have up to 100 members on a solitary call.