Call Me Online Feature On iPad 2? The call me online feature has existed for a while now over the internet, and is widely, if you can say, used through mediums such as Skype to allow users to “call me online”. This basically allows peer to peer conversation over a virtual network, thanks to a [...]
Call Me Online Feature On iPad 2?
The call me online feature has existed for a while now over the internet, and is widely, if you can say, used through mediums such as Skype to allow users to “call me online”. This basically allows peer to peer conversation over a virtual network, thanks to a host, the call me online ability has allowed users to waiver any surplus charges by their mobile phone networks, for a better, and to be honest more free option of calling each other online. The benefits of this are plentiful, one already mentioned before which is the fact that users can now have free access to eachother through the means of the internet.
However, there is more to the call me online feature then expected, with companies such as Skype capitalising on the sheer number of users who are ready to call eachother online. And to be honest, the response has never been so loud, and visibly, we can see that items such as Skype have become household names, elevating the call me online feature to become customs in every ones daily lives. This can range from booking a wedding to having general meetings, all call me online, and all for free.
Call Me Online VS Facetime
As ever, Apple likes to take on the big guns, and with recent purchase such as the 3D technology to rival Google Maps, is it possible that Apple will go native with the call me online feature? Well, unbeknownst to us, it has already done by Apple, and something which is FaceTime. Although picking up an already existing brand, the Facetime incorporates the call me online feature to allow specifically iPad users the ability to contact their friends and family, who must have an iPad 2 or iPhone 4S, over the medium of the internet or 3G. As ever we have our Apple restriction, and this may have been the downfall in the consumer experience of the call me online feature, Apple style. As we see with Skype, picking on Skype alot as it dominates the market, up to 200,000,000, yes 200 million users could be on at any single time, all doing various activities from contacting parents abroad to holidaying in the Alps.
Paid Call Me Online to Free?
A very important area for us to cover, as we see with the apple iPad the facetime feature is free and works with anyone who has an iPhone or iPad, however why then are people still drawn to paid services, and are paying for call me online services such as Skype? Well, its pretty simple, its free, fast and last of all lacks any restraints at all, go wild scream and shout!!
Its a free software which then allows users to buy call me online credits, which will allow them a more better and premium software, yes Apple dominates 70% of the market, but we see that more then 70% of the call me online feature is dominated by the likes of Skype, with Apple trailling way behind… Why? well in terms of what we saw, Apple restricted users too much, and enough was enough, Skype allows you to fulfill your full scope of people who you want to chat for free to online, whereas with Apple, you HAVE to buy an iPad otherwise, bye bye. Its visible from this, that services such as Skype, which incorporate the call me online service, are here to stay.