Microsoft has confirmed it is working on an Android version of Skype for business, after reports claimed the company was working on a desktop version.
In a statement Microsoft confirmed that it is “working on an official Skype for enterprise version”, adding that the team is “hopeful that this will be on all of the supported devices in the future”.
The company said that it would be releasing a “major update” for Skype for work in early 2017.
“We’re working on some major changes to Skype for Enterprise for Windows and Windows Phone 8, as well as some new features to Skype,” it added.
“These will be announced in the coming months.”
Microsoft said that Skype for Office will be coming to all iOS users on iOS 10.1.1, though it has not said how many users it intends to offer it to.
The company has previously said that Office for iPad will be released in 2018, but the iPad version of the app is not currently live.
Microsoft has also confirmed that the app will be compatible with both iOS 10 and Android phones and tablets.
In March, Microsoft confirmed a Skype for Xbox app would be coming later this year, though there is no release date yet for the app.
Microsoft’s Xbox One has been a hit with gamers, with more than 10 million units shipped in the first three months of the year.