Microsoft pushed out a major update for its Skype users on all Windows 10 PC and Mobile. The previous update introduced many new features to the Windows 10 Skype users both on PC and Mobile.
The update also brought a bug especially for Windows 10 Mobile Skype users with the front camera which could not correctly record video calls. The company having noticed the bug occurred in the previous update, has now pushed out a new update for its Skype Mobile users enrolled in Fast Ring.
The latest update is available with version 12.13.274 which fixes the bug which caused the recording of videos upside down. The company has finally fixed the front camera bug and users will now be able to record videos properly and correctly with their front camera on Windows 10 Mobile.
Apart from fixing the video camera bug the Skype team has also made sure to push out fixes for other unknown and under the hood bugs apart from improving the performance of the application.
The latest Skype update is available only for Windows 10 Insiders enrolled in the Fast Ring and after successful testing will be pushed out to all Skype users on both Windows 10 PC and Mobile in the coming days.