The official Skype app on Android and iOS has a problem that means it doesn’t work with all of its video calls, and the company has already fixed it.
Microsoft said the bug was found by Skype’s developers, and it was quickly fixed.
Skype’s official statement on the issue says that “the problem was identified on August 18, and we fixed it quickly.
The bug was not fixed by us before it was discovered, and as a result we cannot guarantee that we will be able to fix this issue on an ongoing basis.”
Microsoft said that while this bug is “not currently exploitable,” it is “deeply disappointing to see it persist in the Skype app and will be working hard to resolve it.
We are committed to improving Skype’s experience on mobile.”
It is unclear what caused the bug, but it could be related to the way the app handles video calls.
Skype said it was aware of the problem, and said it had addressed it.
The app will not automatically send you a video call when you are on a call, and will instead let you use a call icon instead.
There is also an issue with Skype’s desktop apps, which have been updated to support video calls in the past, but this one has been patched.
That issue has been fixed in the meantime, and Microsoft said it would update Skype’s video calls to support the new features.
The update will be rolling out over the next few days.
We’ll update this article if we hear back.
Microsoft did not immediately respond to Ars’ request for comment.