Skype Releases VOIP Software for Mac, Linux
VOIP provider Skype released final versions of its software for the Macintosh and Linux on Tuesday morning.VOIP provider Skype released final versions of its software for the Macintosh and Linux on Tuesday morning. Skype originally released both versions of its software in beta form. All of Skypes features, including its global address book, the ability to manage "presence" across different locations, and the ability to send files, have been included in the shipping versions, according to Skype. An additional service called SkypeOut allows Skype users to connect to mobile and landline phones for the price of a local call.
Skype for Mac OS X 1.0 requires a Macintosh computer with Mac OS X v10.3 or newer, a G3, G4, or G5 processor, a minimum 400 MHz processor, 128 MB RAM, 20 MB free hard drive disk space, sound card, speakers, microphone and an Internet connection.