Monday, 04 February 2013

What is Apple FaceTime?

FaceTime is a technology created by Apple Computer that allows you to make video calls to other people using a Mac computer, iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.

With FaceTime, you can talk to and easily see the other person. The FaceTime concept is similar to Microsoft's Skype service, the main difference of course being that FaceTime only works with Apple devices.

To make a call to another person using FaceTime is a simple process. Just click on the phone number of the person you want to call if using an iPhone, or use their email address if using a Mac, iPad or iPod Touch.
The call will ring on all Mac devices the recipient has, even if FaceTime is not running on the devices.

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