Apple has opened its video calling feature FaceTime to Windows and Android platforms with the unveiling of iOS15. The iOS15 is the 2021 edition of the organization’s operating system. The organization showcased the same at its recent developers conference WWDC 2021. Alongside extending to Android and Windows, Apple has likewise added some new features to the platform. Here are a portion of the new features coming to Apple’s FaceTime.

SharePlay: Easier to share content

SharePlay is a new feature that will permit clients to share content like music, films, TV shows with others during a FaceTime call. Clients can watch the content together while being on a FaceTime call.

With SharePlay clients will actually want to share web pages, applications and more with other call participants. This is a feature that could be useful for business meetings.

New audio features

Another Voice Isolation feature is coming to FaceTime. This feature will decrease background noises and make on it simpler for call recipients to get greater clarity during calls. Spatial audio is additionally coming to FaceTime to give a “conversational” feel to calls.

New video features

FaceTime will get a new Grid View that will permit clients to see individuals in same sized tiles during a call. Grid view will appear at six individuals’ faces at a one time.

Zoom control in FaceTime will permit clients to zoom in as and when they need, giving them more control. Apple is likewise bringing Portrait mode to FaceTime — a feature that will permit clients to blur the background during video calls.