Users of Android and Windows will soon be able to join FaceTime calls for the first time.
Apple said during its WWDC keynote that FaceTime will be available on the web, allowing customers to call in from Android and Windows PCs.
Previously, the video calling service was only available on Apple's iOS and Mac devices.
With this update, Apple is making FaceTime more like Zoom's video calling service.
FaceTime will also let you get a link to a scheduled call so you may share it with others ahead of time and join in at the appropriate time.
There was no immediate word on a release date. The web features appear to be coming with iOS 15 in the fall.
Apple also revealed that iOS 15 will provide a number of other FaceTime enhancements. A new grid view option has been added, as well as a voice isolation function to increase sound quality, spatial audio compatibility, and the ability to blur your background using "portrait mode."
A key new feature called SharePlay was also announced. It will allow a group of people to simultaneously view or listen to the same thing simultaneously.