This video will show you all you need to know to use FaceTime on an Android device to communicate with friends who have iPhones. Apple includes FaceTime in its iPhones, iPads, and Mac computers.
Even though Apple hasn’t yet made a FaceTime app for Android smartphones, there is a way to use video chat on your Android smartphone and on Windows devices.
Apple released iOS 15 along with the introduction of FaceTime connections, which allow anybody to join a FaceTime call using their Android Phone or Windows device.
How do I use FaceTime with an Android Phone?
In order to utilise FaceTime on an Android smartphone, you must connect to someone who owns an iPhone.
They must provide you a link, which they may send to you by a number of channels, such as email, text message, and others.
Click the link once you have it to start the FaceTime call. Before you can start, the iPhone user will then need to confirm your call. A FaceTime call on your Android smartphone will work properly when this is done.
After joining the call, you will have the same controls as if you were using an iPhone. You may mute your microphone, switch the camera from front to behind, and turn off the video at the same time. You also have the choice to stop the call at any moment.
How does an iPhone user invite an Android Phone to a FaceTime call?
An iPhone user must invite an Android device to join FaceTime, as was already mentioned.
They may do this on their iPhone by selecting Create Link after opening the FaceTime app. Your friend may email you the URL to the new FaceTime call that has been created.
The URL may be sent to you by email, text message, WhatsApp, and a number of other methods.
A link must be provided to an Android user each time they wish to initiate a FaceTime chat with an iPhone user.
FaceTime calls are handled via a web browser, so they may be made on any device with a camera. This covers Windows computers, iPads, and a broad range of other gadgets.
Sadly, Apple has not yet released a specific FaceTime app for Android. But we are optimistic that they will in the future. For more information on using FaceTime on non-Apple devices, go to the Apple website.