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Skype launches group video calling for up to 25 people on iOS, Android

The feature is now rolling out to users in Western Europe and North America.
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Skype is launching group video calling for iPhone, iPad, and Android users, the company announced on its blog on Thursday.

The feature is now rolling out to users in Western Europe and North America. Skype expects to have completed its roll-out to these markets over the next week and plans to be worldwide by March.

Skype has included lots of functionality into the group calling feature, allowing 25 participants, broadcasts at 1080p, and the ability to flip between the front and back cameras.

The update is available on Google Play and the iTunes App Store.

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