According to 9to5mac Apple will be bringing FaceTime Audio to OS X in the Mavericks 10.9.2 software update, after the site revealed that Apple have begun to test the software with developers.

The cross-platform communication software was introduced alongside iOS 7 in June, and allows users to make calls to other users without needing an actual phone number or credit/ minutes. The software will use an Apple ID instead much like iMessages/ normal FaceTime.

According to the site, thee OS X 10.9.2 beta will over a “deeply integrated” version of FaceTime Audio into the messages and FaceTime OS X apps.

As of yet, there’s no news on when Apple will release OS X Mavericks 10.9.2 to the public.

Via: The Verge

Source: 9to5mac


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