You can use Facetime to make one-on-one and group video and audio calls on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
Current known uses in the sector
- Facetime can be used in Citizenship Preparation, Community Connections, Employment-related, Information and Orientation, Library Settlement Partnership, Settlement Workers in Schools, Pre-Arrival as an alternative video conferencing and video meeting approach.
Facetime is free.
Ease of use & Accessibility
Facetime is very easy to use. Apple has information about hearing accessibility features in iOS here. Android and Windows users can also join Facetime calls.
Privacy/security features, including data security and message encryption
According to Apple, “The audio/video contents of FaceTime calls are protected by end-to-end encryption, so no one but the sender and receiver can access them.”