Face Time is an Apple app that allows you to call, video chat, and share your thoughts and feelings with your friends.
It’s a fabulous tool for keeping up with everyone in your life and even getting some business done.
Lastly, I explain how to test Continuity to make sure it's working, as there's no other way to know if you've set it up correctly. Continuity is a feature, or really a suite of features, in the latest version of Apple's operating system Yosemite and i OS 8 (specifically, i OS 8.1 and later).
So when Face Time isn’t working as expected, it’s potentially a huge inconvenience!
Or maybe you don’t even know where to start to get Face Time up and running.
It even works on mobile and cellular networks for i Phones and other i Devices.
And Face Time is really easy to use, so it’s safe for all ages, from your school age children through your great grandparents (and beyond.) To use the app, find the person within Contacts and tap the Face Time icon.
Fortunately it’s free to try, so you can make sure it works before deciding if it’s worth upgrading or not.
Pocket Cam Lite lets you use your i Phone’s camera as the main webcam for your Windows or Mac computer.
It’s compatible with Face Time, i Chat, Skype, MSN Live Messenger, and AIM, among others.
It’s great if you need to walk around your house or office while you’re on a video call – you won’t need to worry about lugging your laptop around with you or tripping over cables.
In this article, I'll first summarize what Continuity is and why you might want to use it.
Then I'll list the devices that are supported and provide directions for how to enable it.
To use these apps for free, all you have to do is log on to a Wi-Fi network, then connect with any of your friends or family members who are also online and signed into the same service.