Ever wanted to use Skype on your PC without having to download and install the desktop client or the app? Don’t have permissions to install applications but want to use Skype? You will be able to use the popular Skype without having to install the app or desktop client very soon. As you likely know, Skype is a very popular VoIP service from Microsoft. Skype apps are already available for Windows, Mac, Android, iOS and Windows Phone. But once Skype for Web is ready, you won’t need to worry about downloading the app in order to chat or call your contacts. Skype for Web Microsoft recently revealed Skype for Web, a quick and easy way to connect from anywhere. The Skype for Web is very helpful in situations where you can’t download and install the app or desktop client. You just need to visit the Skype.com and sign-in with your account in order to see all your contacts and latest conversations. For now, Skype for Web is available to very small number of existing and new users. Microsoft plans to roll out this new feature of Skype to all users around the world in coming months. Skype for Web supports all popular web browsers available for Windows, including Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Chrome and Safari. Mac users will be able to connect using Skype for Web with Safari 6.0 and above versions. Microsoft, in a blog post, noted that users might need to install a small plug-in to start the voice conversation, for now. In future, using Skype for Web will be even easier, which means that you will be able to use voice and video without having to install any plugins before getting started. We will update this article once Skype for Web is out of Beta and available to everyone.