Chromebook users can now make voice calls using Skype for Web, as the popular VoIP service finally enables support for Chrome OS.
Microsoft opened up the Skype for Web Beta to everyone in the US and the UK last week — now it has rolled the service out to the rest of world.
Skype for Web (beta) is now available to try without an invite, providing you're in the US or the UK that is.
Good news for chatterboxes everywhere as Viber is now available to install on a Chromebook. The Skype competitor brings its Android tablet app to the Chrome Web Store, making it freely available to install on compatible Chrome OS devices. […]
Microsoft has announced the next step towards letting you make Skype calls from the browser without needing to install an app or plugin.
“Can I use Skype on a Chromebook?” — a question we all see frequently asked. But until now the answer has been: "No, at least not officially". But could that be about to change?
If you told me to count the number of times I've been asked if Skype can run on a Chromebook I'd fast run out of fingers — but a solution is in sight.