Facetime for Mac Allows iPhone and iPad Users to Connect With a Mac

Have you ever wondered why it was impossible to make a facetime call to a Mac computer? Have you ever been out somewhere and wanted to show a non iPhone/iPad user something without having to send a video email? Have you been somewhere and just wanted to chat without using minutes on your network provider’s service? The answer is here with the new facetime app, which is obtainable via the iTunes store on a mac laptop or desktop computer.

The ability of a user to make calls via the facetime app for little or no money all over the world once again knocks down the boundaries of communication. With the new factime app for Mac users can now make long distance videoconferencing calls virtually free. Much like the Skype and iChat functionality already out there, the facetime app takes communication one step further by employing the platform already compatible with the popular iPad and iPhone devices.

The facetime app also breaks the barriers of video communication by offering 720p for customers who are on a fast broadband network. The vivid 720p calls allows the Mac user to experience their counterparts imagery high definition, making chat feel like they are in the room with them. The 720p resolution is a first for videoconferencing with portable Apple devices like the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad.

The ability to use facetime for mac with iPod and iPhone 4 users allows the recipient to take advantage of the front and rear cameras of the iPhone 4 and iPod Touch 4th generation. The interface allows for seamless change between the front and rear camera, assuring that the Mac user does not miss a minute of the action.

The next great characterize is the ability to use widescreen on a Mac computer. The widescreen interface allows a larger group of users on the Mac computer to be captured in the facetime call. By capturing a larger audience the conversation is that much more interesting for both parties.

Facetime for mac also allows the Mac user to create a contact list and the iPhone/iPod/iPad user to use their existing address book to make calls. The Mac user can use the similar address book that they have synced with their iPhone or iPod device to create calls and organize numbers without having to copy a number each tie a call is attempted.

Clearly another dramatical change in mobile communication, the Facetime app for Mac takes communication one step further by allowing communication between mobile devices and Mac computers. The evolution of mobile computing and commuting has clearly broken the limits of long distance communication.

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