It’s time to say goodbye to your FaceTime beta app on your Mac. Apple has just released the FaceTime app on the Mac App Store for all Mac users to download to satisfy their video chatting needs. The good news is the app now supports 720p HD video (if you have the webcam to support it if not you’ll be stuck with VGA video calls) but the bad news is that the app is going to cost you $0.99. Sure it’s not a lot of money, but considering that iPhone and iPod Touch users get it for free, and so do the new MacBook Pros, you wonder why they couldn’t have made it free for the desktops as well. Head over to the Mac App Store if you’d like to download FaceTime for Mac.
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