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After the launch of iOS 8 last week, many developers released an update to its iPhone and iPAD applications. Today is the turn of Skype, which, as we know, is owned by Microsoft. VoIP application suffered a serious optimization that brings a mix of interactive notifications in the form of calls and messages on the lock screen + banner.

To activate the changes, you can turn notifications Skype settings. If you miss a call, now you will see the caller’s name and when the call was made.

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Whether it’s audio or video call, you can accept or reject the call by swiping left on the relevant notice. And if you’ve missed a call, you can swipe left to call back or send a message. Regarding the banner notifications, you just have to drag down to see what actions have missed.

The same goes for messages, which means that you can react much faster than before and no longer have to run the application on your home screen to use it.

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