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FaceTime on Mac

Written on October 23, 2010 by B Waldorf

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You don't have to own an iPhone 4 or a new gen iPod Touch to experience FaceTime. The new Macbook is capable of the application as well. How? All you have to do is download the beta on Apple and say hello to FaceTime.

Apple’s “Back to Mac” event gave a few announcements that people adored. One of these new features unveiled was the FaceTime on Mac. Facetime was known before as an app for iPhone 4 and iPod 4th gen. Now it’s here to cater Mac as well. You can download the beta version as soon as you can. Though the features are pretty basic, it’s still FaceTime. This version for Mac is easy to use since a separate window will appear automatically when you’re on a call.

Try it out on Apple.com and let us know your comments; but don’t forget to own a Mac first.

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