A massive benefit to using Apple’s products and services ecosystem is the seamless integration of those services, like FaceTime, which users can use to transfer calls between iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches and now Macs. FaceTime started as a built-in video calling service for iOS users but has since expanded for greater support. Through the work-from-home shift during the COVID-19 pandemic, FaceTime gained a lot of new functionality that cemented its standing as the default video calling option for Apple users. In addition, it now has SharePlay to stream content with friends, group calls and can be shared with non-Apple users via shareable links — enabling rough Android support for the first time.

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Author: Brady Snyder