Android and Windows users will finally be able to join FaceTime calls. During its WWDC keynote, Apple announced that FaceTime is going to be available on the web so users can call in from Android devices and Windows PCs. The video calling service was previously only available on iOS and Mac devices.
Apple is turning FaceTime into a bit more of a Zoom-like video calling service with this update. FaceTime is also going to allow you to grab a link to a scheduled call, so that you can share it with people in advance and join in at the right time.
A release date wasn’t immediately announced. It sounds like the features will launch with iOS 15 in the fall.
Apple announced a number of other FaceTime updates coming in iOS 15, too. There’s a new…