With the introduction of iOS 15, Apple has made it possible for people who have Android phones and Windows laptops to join FaceTime calls – no iPhone or Apple ID required. The process is similar to what apps like Zoom and Microsoft Teams feature. Note that an iPhone is still required to make a FaceTime call to Android but the functionality is still pretty useful for iOS users who want to contact friends and family that are not a part of Apple’s ecosystem. Here’s how to make a FaceTime call to Android users on iOS 15 in a few easy steps.
Learn how to make a FaceTime call to Android users on iOS 15
- Launch FaceTime on your iPhone or iPad.
- Tap Create Link.
- Give your FaceTime Link a unique name by tapping Add Name at the top of the Actions menu.
- Finally, choose whichever app you want to share your link through from the Actions menu.
Once you have shared the link and the recipient opens it, they will be directed to a web page where they can enter their name to join the call. Once they have joined the call, they will have access to the same FaceTime options you do like disable video, mute their microphone, leave the call, etc.
We hope this guide helped you learn how to make a FaceTime call to Android users on iOS 15. If you have any questions, let us know in the comments below.
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