Xbox One users can now snap their Skype calls to the side of their console's screen, thanks to a recent software update.
Skype's snappable seevices were touted at the console's debut in May 2013, though the app launched last year without Snap support. Polygon tested the feature this morning, and we were able to hold a snapped Skype video call while watching TV and playing Trials Fusion.
In early May, Xbox Live director of programming Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb detailed changes coming to the Xbox One's settings, including a way to control audio levels in Snapped apps. A week later, Microsoft announced that a Kinect-free Xbox One would go on sale June 9 for $399. For more on the change, be sure to read Polygon's interview with Yusuf Mehdi, Microsoft's corporate vice president for devices and studios.