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FaceTime on Macs and PCs

Why FaceTime on Macs and PCs Is a WIN For Users

iPhone 4 owners and new 4th generation iPod Touch users have the ability to chat face to face on their devices thanks to FaceTime. It's a nice feature, but right now it may not seem all that useful, especially since you can only converse with other Apple customers. However, all that may change if FaceTime heads to Macs and PCs like a new rumor is suggesting.

According to one source, Apple is currently working on including FaceTime in Apple's iChat software, and developing a client for PC users as well. Why would this be such a big WIN for users? Find out when you read more.

Not only would Mac users have the ability to connect to PC users via FaceTime software, but you could also connect iPhone 4 and iPod Touch users to family at home on their desktops. This means, you can travel the world and share the sights with friends, or talk face-to-face from wherever you are. It takes the joy of Skype and Google Video Chat one step further by making things mobile. I'm pretty stoked to see how this rumor develops.

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