At the moment, FaceTime is not available for direct download on a computer. However, you can use emulators to run it on PC. The downside is that using FaceTime with an emulator might slow down your computer's performance.
Learn how to use FaceTime on your computer in these 5 simple steps:
Connect with family and friends around the world with FaceTime audio and video calls. SharePlay Watch videos and listen to music together with SharePlay. Synced playback and shared controls keep everyone on the same beat, and smart volume makes it easy to keep the conversation going over FaceTime while enjoying a video or song you love. Screen sharing Share your iPhone, iPad or Mac screen to bring your favourite apps into FaceTime. FaceTime links Invite your friends into a FaceTime call using a web link you can share anywhere. Even friends who don’t have an Apple device can join the call from their browser instantly — no login necessary. Mic modes Use Voice Isolation to block out ambient noise and highlight your voice. Use Wide Spectrum to bring every single sound in your space into the call. Portrait mode Portrait mode in FaceTime blurs your background and puts the focus on you. Available on iPhone and iPad from 2018 or later, and Mac with Apple silicon. Mute alerts Mute alerts let you know when you’re talking while muted. Spatial audio With spatial audio, your friends’ voices are spread out to sound like they’re coming from the direction in which they’re positioned on the call. Available on iPhone, iPad and Mac from 2018 or later. Grid view Grid view lets you see people in your Group FaceTime calls in the same-size tiles, and highlights the current speaker so it’s easy to know who’s talking. Video effects Use effects to become an Animoji, place stickers and much more, directly in your FaceTime call. Phone app integration FaceTime calls are integrated into your recent calls list in the Phone app, and you can create Favourites for quick access to key people in the Phone app. Get everyone together Enjoy Group FaceTime calls with up to 32 people at once. Front and back cameras Use the front-facing FaceTime camera to show your face, or switch to the back camera to show your friends what you see or zoom in on something special. Flexible calling Reach contacts using their phone number or Apple ID. FaceTime works over Wi-Fi and mobile data.