Lenovo has just revealed this week that it has inked a deal with software giant Microsoft, paving the way for future mobile devices from the Chinese tech giant to come preinstalled with Microsoft’s three productivity apps, namely Microsoft Office (including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and other programs), OneDrive (cloud based storage), and Skype (video chat messaging and voice calls).
Last year in the month of November, Microsoft started deploying a limited beta version of Skype that can run on Internet browsers. And just recently, the company has decided to expand the testing of Skype for Web beta to testers based in the United States as well as in the United Kingdom.
Skype is one of the most popular web calling and chat messaging services existing today, and it is easily available on most mobile devices like smartphones and tablets, on personal computers, and even on Microsoft's own Xbox One.
And now, the company is trying to finalize a version that runs on web browsers, too. Apart from the US and the UK, Microsoft is also planning to further expand the pool of testers for Skype for Web beta to other countries within the next several weeks.
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