FaceTime is finally preparing to arrive on Android and Windows devices, even if it will do so in a very particular way. During the annual WWDC that is taking place in these minutes, Apple has officially announced that its exclusive video calling service will be available for all devices, thanks use via browser .
This means that you can use video calls on FaceTime by opening a simple link on your browser , and you can do it on both Android devices. ) and notebooks and PCs with Windows . Virtually it will be possible to use FaceTime on any device with integrated browser , although at the moment we do not know what the limits are.
To create a link to a FaceTime video call, a special button will be available in the app for iOS, as you can see from the image that we show you below. Once the link has been created, you can share it with your friends, who can then enter via their browser.
We remind you that up to now FaceTime has always been an exclusive service for Apple devices, therefore usable only with iPhone , iPad , MacBook and a few other products, but not on Android and Windows devices. This evening's announcement is therefore great news for anyone who wants to communicate via FaceTime, whether with or without Apple products.
As far as we know at the moment, the new FaceTime feature should arrive concurrently with the release of iOS 15 , so we expect it to be available from the next Autumn. We will update this article in case of further news about it.