How to Make Audio-Only FaceTime Call in iOS 12 on iPhone

It’s quite simple to make an audio-only FaceTime call in iOS 12 on iPhone or iPad. Follow this quick tutorial to get started.

Introduced in 2010 along with iPhone 4, “FaceTime” is an excellent social networking app. Though FaceTime may not be as popular as its biggest rival Skype, it does have the features to beat the best in the business.

Whenever I have to communicate with my friends who have iOS devices, FaceTime is always the first choice for me. I like its easy-to-use features. Whether you want to make a video call or go for the audio calling, you are just a few taps away from having a nice conversation.

There are times when I prefer to make audio-only FaceTime call. As for instance, I’m in a meeting and just want to convey any message to my girlfriend; audio-only call becomes the right option.

How to Make FaceTime Audio Call in iOS 12 on iOS Device

Step #1. Launch FaceTime app on your iOS device.

Step #2. Next up, you need to tap on the Plus icon at the top right corner.

Tap on Plus icon in FaceTime App

Step #3. Now, you have to enter the name of the person you want to call.

Enter the Name Of Person for FaceTime Audio Call on iPhone

Step #4. On the next screen, You have to tap on Audio Button. Go ahead with your calling.

Make Audio Only FaceTime Call on iPhone or iPad

How to Start FaceTime Audio Calls From Contacts App in iOS 12

Step #1. Open Contact app on your iPhone.

Step #2. Find a contact in the search bar you wish to FT audio call.

Enter the Name Of Person for Audio FaceTime in iOS Contact App

Step #3. Here you can see ‘FaceTime’ along with a video icon and phone icon. Simply tap on the phone icon to make FaceTime audio call.

Start FaceTime Audio Calls from iOS Contacts App on iPhone

That’s it!

There are several social networking apps like Facebook Messenger, Viber which allow you to make both audio and video call. Being available for both Android and iOS, they have become very significant for users.

The one app which I desperately want to have a video calling feature is WhatsApp. According to various reports, the messaging app is soon going to have this much-awaited feature.

Despite having stiff competition with these third-party apps, I don’t think FaceTime will ever lose its importance. For iPhone and iPad owners, it will continue to be a top-notch choice.

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