FaceTime comes to the Mac App Store. Now with 720P HD Video!

Published Thursday, February 24, 2011 10:26 AM

FaceTime for the Mac OS has officially come out of beta and now resides in the Mac app store. The application allows users to video chat from computer to computer as well as computer to the iPhone 4. The application works much like the beta connecting to your address book and allowing people to call you even when the application is closed. I love that feature, but it can be turned off in the preferences if you are not a fan.

One of the major differences between the beta and the official release is the support for 720P video. So if you have a HD webcam or are planning on purchasing the new Macbook Pro, which is equipped with a HD iSight camera, then you are in luck. FaceTime can be purchased from the app store for $.99.

FaceTime Mac App Store
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