FaceTime Audio included in OS X 10.9.2 beta release
Just a few days after releasing OS X 10.9.1, 9to5Mac relays that Apple yesterday seeded OS X 10.9.2 to developers. One of the more welcome additions to the impending update is the inclusion of FaceTime Audio functionality.
Apple first introduced FaceTime Audio with the release of iOS 7, and now it appears that it's just a matter of time before Mac users will be able to get in on the fun and make high-quality VoIP calls to other Mac and iOS users. As it stands now, Mac users interested in making high-quality audio calls via an internet connection have to rely on third-party applications like Skype.
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