Microsoft has launched Skype Lite, a new version of the video and voice-calling app designed for the Indian market. The download weighs in at 13MB, and the app is designed to work better on 2G or unstable connections, making it more reliable in many parts of India.
Knowing fully well that, India has problem in generating electricity so the government had to look another way – Solar Energy.
Microsoft says Skype Lite will consume less battery power and run smoothly even on old Android phones, and there’s a mode that reduces data usage in video calls. The app works with SMS, too, and is available in nine languages.
Microsoft is integrating Aadhaar, a 12 digit unique-identity number issued to an Indian resident for easy identification. The data can be visible during calls and then disappears thereafter.