Telegram lets you share your device screen during calls. This makes it ideal for live classes, video presentations, business meets, etc.
Telegram's screen sharing works across platforms, which means you can share your screen no matter which device (iOS, macOS, Android, Windows) you or the participants are using.
In this tutorial, we show you how to share your iPhone or Mac screen with a single person or group on Telegram.
FaceTime calls can become uncomfortable for the other person when your audio quality is poor, especially with a lot of unnecessary background noise. Thankfully, just like iPhone or iPad, your Mac has built-in mic modes to filter out and reduce background sounds on FaceTime audio and video calls. Here's how to use the Voice Isolation effect on macOS Monterey or later.
FaceTime debuted in 2010 when video calling wasn't even a thing. Now an Apple engineer has shared how Steve Jobs reacted to seeing the very first FaceTime demo.
Cisco will add AirPlay support this June, enabling Apple users to beam media and cast iPhone screens to WebEx devices such as the Room, Desk and Board.
It's apparently possible to join a FaceTime call via an Xbox video game console, but no such luck if you're using an Apple TV set-top box. We explain what's going on.
In most cases, FaceTime on Mac may not work or suddenly stop working due to wrong settings, temporary problems, or network issues. Once that happens, making video and audio FaceTime calls from your computer becomes impossible.
To fix this issue, here are 14 reliable solutions. Once you follow these, FaceTime not working, activating, or connecting on Mac should be a thing of the past. Have a look.
You can enable portrait effects in video calls made via FaceTime and other video calling apps like WhatsApp. This adds a bokeh effect to the video call, which can help blur and hide the background. It's one of the exciting features offered in iOS 15.
In this tutorial, we show you how you can blur the background in video calls on your iPhone or iPad.
One of the best WWDC21 announcements for non-Apple fans is the ability for Windows and Android users to join FaceTime calls initiated by Apple users on macOS 12 or iOS/iPadOS 15.
Zoom videoconferencing has been updated with support for the iPad Pro’s new Center Stage feature along with an expanded gallery view bringing 48 video tiles to Apple's biggest tablet.
Apple gave Zoom a preferential treatment on its platform by allowing the videoconferencing software to access private APIs letting the iPad camera be used during Split View multitasking.
Google has announced that free audio and video calls on Google Meet (formerly Google Hangouts) are now available until June 30 versus the previous cut-off date at the end of March.
Facebook-owned WhatsApp is rolling out voice and video calls in its desktop app, completing the experience for customers who can now use encrypted calling on both mobile and desktop.