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Camo now lets you use your iPhone as a Mac webcam in Safari & FaceTime

Camo now lets you use your iPhone as a Mac webcam in Safari & FaceTime

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What you need to know Camo 1.6 now supports using your iPhone as a Mac webcam for FaceTime and other apps that weren't previously supported. The people behind Camo and developers at Apple worked together to make this new update work with FaceTime, QuickTime, Safari, and more. You'll need macOS 12.3 installed to use the new capabilities. Camo is now officially a better option than the Studio Display's webcam. Camo has long been the go-to app for turning an iPhone into a high-quality webcam, but it didn't work with some important apps and services, including FaceTime. With the new Camo 1.6 update, that's all changing. Now available for download, Camp 1.6 adds support for FaceTime, QuickTime, Safari, and more for the first time. That means you can ditch that crappy Studio Display camera and use an old iPhone instead! Today we're thrilled to launch a long-awaited feature in Camo: full compatibility with Safari, FaceTime, QuickTime, and more. As well as adding support for all of...

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