Skype wants to know what Microsoft products you’d like to see integrated with the video and voice calling service?
Microsoft finalized its Skype deal last week and wasted no time in removing Google’s toolbar from the software. Microsoft is now promising to integrate its newly acquired Skype software into various product lines. The software giant is expected to integrate Skype support into Xbox, Windows Phone, Kinect, Outlook and Lync. The support will bring a compelling audio and video service to Microsoft’s various products. Microsoft has promised not to remove the Skype branding and will also support Skype on rival platforms to ensure compatibility and reach across operating systems like OS X, Android and BlackBerry OS. The acquisition will also bring Microsoft’s instant messaging market share up to around 70%.
Skype’s Twitter account tweeted the following on Monday:
So what would you like to see? Leave a comment below and we’ll be sure to pass them on to Microsoft and Skype.