A new update is rolling out to the preview version of the UWP Skype app for Windows 10, with a couple of nifty new features tagging along. The update, which bumps the app up from version 11.3.119 to 188.8.131.52, finally brings a new dark theme, along with the ability to swap between multiple accounts. You can check out a shot of the dark theme in action, along with some various minor UI tweaks in the screenshot below.
This update was originally intended to head out the door for Windows Insiders last week, as noted by Microsoft, but it seems it was delayed for one reason or another. Still, if you're a Windows Insider on preview build 14342, you should now be able to update the app through the Windows Store to check out the new dark theme and account switching feature.
And if you're curious about when you can expect a release on Mobile, Microsoft previously stated that a built should land sometime in June.
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