FaceTime is a great way to video call between iPhone, iPad, and Mac. It has been part of the Apple ecosystem for years. With iOS 15, Apple's FaceTime can now be used by Android users as well. Let us tell you that now FaceTime users can also video call their family and friends on Android phone, Windows computer, or browser. It means you no longer need an iPhone to connect with your friends on FaceTime. Let's know step by step how you can use FaceTime on Android to join a video call.
How to use FaceTime on Android?
If you are an Android user, you can join and participate in a video call on FaceTime. However, you can't initiate FaceTime calls on all Androids. Joining the call requires an invite link from a friend or family member with an iOS 15, iPad 15, or Mac device. You can then use the link to join the video call directly through your browser, just like Zoom.
How to make FaceTime call link on iPhone?
How to join FaceTime Calls on Android?
You also get a few other onscreen controls, including options to go full screen, mute, disable video, and switch cameras. Additionally, you can enable grid layout or switch between available cameras and audio sources by tapping on the 3-dot menu. This feature only works on phones running iOS 15 and currently available through the Public Beta channel.