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How To Video Chat and Stay In Touch With Others Using Your Apple Devices
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Zoom seems to be popular in the academic community because it is stable and allows multiple simultaneous users. I have tried Skype with multiple simultaneous users but got into a mess with it because people kept dropping out. I guess any advice you can give about stability, multiple users and options when broadband width begins to run out would be helpful.
Will: Zoom is pretty good for multiple users, yes. I haven't done Skype with many users before.
I know that Facetime is very secure, can you advise if Skype is? We need to contact our clients who don't own Apple products via a secure system.
Scott: I have no idea how secure Skype is. What sort of clients? I know medical professionals need to use HIPPA-compliant apps. I don't know if Skype is. But I'm sure you can look on Microsoft's Skype info to find out.
Must one's device be on Wi-Fi to use FaceTime? Other apps for video conferencing?
Gene: No. You can use it over any Internet connection that is robust enough. People use FaceTime on their iPhones via mobile networks all the time.
Excellent and timely. Keep up your fabulous work.
Google Duo between Mac (iPhone or computer and Windows/PC/Android
Face Time question: I am setting up a group face time chat with 9 members. One member can only see 1 person and not the group. She is using an iPad that is 2 years old. How can I get her to be part of the group?
Kathleen: Hard to guess what could be wrong. Are they using the most up-to-date version of iPadOS?