Skype’s video messaging service has slowly seen its way across a number of versions of Microsoft Windows, which recently made itself available on Windows 8. It looks like Skype is ready to take its video messaging service to the mainstream as it’s being launched on Windows 8, Windows desktop, and Mac with a mobile rollout on iOS, Android and BlackBerry.
Skype’s video messaging service, which is now out of beta, will allow users to send an unlimited number of messages to other Skype users. The process of sending a video message is easy as all you’ll need to do is select the Skype user who you wish to send a message to, record a precious moment you know they will want to see, and then send the message. Skype allows you to re-record the video in case you don’t like how it first came out, and also makes it as easy for the person who receives the message to send one right back.
Interestingly enough, a Windows Phone version of Skype’s video messaging service has yet to be made available.