As we saw our recent review, Facetime is bringing the fun to video calls because it works well enough, the quality is decent – if you find a WIFI hotspot. If you own an iPhone, it’s impossible to tell who has a FaceTime compatible device and who doesn’t. That’s where FacePlant comes in. The FacePlant app aims to make life easier since it shows users which of their contacts can receive video calls, saving you precious time from trying it out through guessing. FacePlant has yet to be approved by Apple, but if that happens, it will be available for free.
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