Apple has today added FaceTime 1.0 for Mac to its App Store, allowing you to now make voice calls vis just one click to iPhone’s, iPod or other Mac machines.
Once installed you will be able to make high definition calls at 720p on supported Intel-based Macs, with both incoming and outgoing video calls supported. The user interface is identical to the beta release, with registration via a user’s Apple ID and then a simple list of contacts to choose from.
The new FaceTime App will come are installed on the new 2011 Macbook Pro machines and use the rebranded integrated FaceTime-HD webcams.
Via SlashgearFiled Under: Apple