For many years, FaceTime has been the exclusive prerogative of iOS and MacOS users. If a user did not have an iOS-based device, then a FaceTime call could not be made. However, as part of the WWDC 2021 event, which focused on the changes that iOS 15 will bring, we also had this good news, as after a long time FaceTime will come to Android and Windows devices.
Of course, in order not to get excited, Apple does not create a separate app on these platforms, basically what Apple allows is to allow FaceTime Users to create a link in Windows or Android browser, which will allow uses a login link and join a FaceTime call. This practically means that the call can be made only by Apple users, largely reminiscent of the Zoom function. Apple did not say when it will make this feature available on FaceTime, but if nothing else it is a nice addition.
Source: Digital Life! by www.digitallife.gr.
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