How To Make FaceTime Calls On A Mac
Hello everyone, how are you all doing today? I hope you are all having a great Tuesday afternoon. My Tuesday is going just fine. I am currently stuck listening to Adele’s new song, Hello. Yeah yeah, I know it’s not the most upbeat song, especially not on a Tuesday but I can relate to it right now, put it that way lol, anyway please read on…
Today we will show you how to easily and I mean easily make FaceTime calls directly from your Macbook or iMac computers using the same address book from your iPhone or iPad. Let’s first find out what exactly FaceTime is and if it’s worth your time to even use it.
What Is FaceTime?
A video telephone or video chat service somewhat similar to Skype and Google Hangouts that makes it possible to conduct one-on-one video calls between newer Apple iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, iMac computers and Macbook laptops. It’s basically Skype or Google Hangouts but for Apple devices, that is really the easiest way to define this.
Make A FaceTime Call From A Macbook or iMac:
- To get started, just launch FaceTime from either your Applications folder or your Dock, and the FaceTime window appear.
- FaceTime uses your Address Book automatically, so if you have friends or family with iPhone, iPad, iPod touches, or Macs, just click their e-mail address or phone number to initiate a video call.
- That’s it, other people have a long way of doing it but this is the best way to get the best of your FaceTime on your Macbook or iMac without wasting time.