Microsoft has changed the way in which it does business in the last few years, putting its software and services onto other mobile platforms. It has been a masterstroke and in fact the company should earn points for really giving these services good treatment and not treating them as second fiddle on rival platforms. Take Skype, which has been updated today to include features that incorporates Apple’s new Touch 3D technology for iOS.
The update for the iOS Skype app brings force touch on the home button (which is present incidentally), but also adds the ability to bring up extra options while on a call. Filters for videos on the go has also been added, while you can also hide recent conversations with a simple swipe.