Video quality while chatting with a Mac user was also better than when between i OS devices, although I believe this has to do more with camera quality than with Face Time itself.
Overall, Face Time definitely performs smoother than Skype, with video calls being slightly more fluid and audio and video being always in sync.
The i OS version of Skype offers mainly a take-it-or-leave-it experience, which might feel a bit limiting especially for those used to the plethora of configuration options that the desktop counterparts of the app offer.
That said, Skype for i Phone and i OS devices does quite a good job limiting outgoing video in order to save bandwidth.
I have been using teen chat since like I was 13 and it is one of the cooliest sites ever...meet great people and a lil fib never hurt anyone....
I guess you can find love, friends, and thing about life from one source I love the padded cell! It's a good place to meet awesome friends, long time loves.
Video chat platforms on mobile devices have evolved at an impressive pace.
When video calling, Face Time performed admirably, with both video and audio quality being quite better that Skype even over the same Wi-Fi signal.The first one is a third party app that brings to the i Phone, i Pad and i Pod Touch the experience of the ultra-popular video calling service that became famous on the PC and the Mac.The other is Apple’s own offering, which debuted along with i OS 4 a couple of years ago.If you place video calls mostly with other i OS device or Mac owners and you are always connected to Wi-Fi, then Face Time definitely provides the better experience despite its limitations.If you call friends with devices other than Apple’s, like to call on the go and away from Wi-Fi or are already a Skype user, then Skype will have you covered.