We want Skype for Android TV
Although Skype announced the end of support for the Skype application for Smart TVs, Microsoft should reconsider its decision and start supporting at least Skype for the Android TV operating system, that way we could use any Webcam with UVC (USB Video Device Class) such as the Logitech C920, which is currently used by a video call application called Trueconf, which Skype can compete with and regain its leadership in that market.
Thomas Lemay commented
MicroCrap its 2020 BRING SKYPE TO ANDROID TV. I JUST BOUGHT 2 MICROSOFT HD USB CAMERA'S THINKING I'D BE ABLE TO USE MY NVIDIA SHIELD TV AS AN IN LIVING ROOM CONFERENCE ROOM ONLY TO FIND OUT SKYPE IS NOT IN THE ANDROID TV PLAYSTORE.... SHAME ON MICROSOFT FOR BEING SO SLOW. AND THEY WONDER WHY WINDOWS MOBILE DID NOT TAKE.
william smith commented
Basically, Android TV is a smart platform from Google built around the Android operating system. Users can stream content to your TV via apps, both free and paid, using your internet connection. Nowadays Sony TV Repair Dubai use to provide all the user guide and helpdesk for Smart TV. https://f2help.com/sony-tv-repair/
OMG. Please, the demographics are there. There is demand for this, my parents are not tech savvy they want to be able to skype from the TV
[Deleted User] commented
Android TV Pie will bring native support for all webcams and Skype must take advantage of this.
Arnaud Landry commented
waiting for it for years now...
Bruce Attenborrow commented
Everyone is missing out on a decent Android TV vid calling solution. Duo may get there before Skype.
Yes, please add Skype support for nvidia SHIELD!!!
UVC support would be great for FireTV, too. Grandparents all over Germany have FireTVs but can't videocall their grandchildren due to missing webcam support...
UVC support would be great for FireTV, too. Grandparents all over Germany have FireTVs but can't videocall their grandchildren...
I manage to get a "regular" Skype for android to work on my TV except for the webcam, so hopefully it shouldn't be to hard