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It´s Time that people can make an iCHAT video conference with Facetime for Windows PC!
iCHAT is a messaging and video conferencing program for MAC and Windows PC users. Facetime is an online video conference program only available for iPhone, iPod and iPad users and not for Windows PC. It is possible to use iCHAT Video Conference with Facetime users to converse.
Facetime for PC is available for MAC users now with the ability to make a video call to any iPhone, iPod or iPad user.
Facetime unlike iCHAT does not have text chat features. iCHAT imports contacts from other accounts such as AOL Instant Messanger, Google Chat, Yahoo and various others.
iCHAT is a single program for multiple instant messenger accounts for MAC PC users.
Facetime on the other hand requires contacts to be added through an Apple ID account and does not import from other messenger services such as AOL or Google.
While both services for Apple product users have their strengths and weaknesses; iCHAT and Facetime both rely upon each other.
The latest version of iCHAT uses Facetime as the built in video software. iCHAT users can send a video or video chat live with any other iCHAT or Facetime PC user.
The iCHAT video feature works by clicking on a user from the buddy list and then the green video camera icon. The Facetime video program will come on the screen for use with iCHAT.
Facetime through iCHAT can now be used not only to video chat with Apple ID users but any user on the buddy list from various messaging services for Microsoft Windows.
The iCHAT Video Conference with Facetime is available for MAC, iPod, iPad and iPhone users, and many people hope that Apple will also developing the Facetime for Windows version later this year.