Apple's "Back to the Mac" event today was, as you could probably guess, largely Mac focused. There was one portion of the event that concerned mobile, though: the addition of FaceTime to all Mac computers. FaceTime was first introduced with the iPhone 4 in June, then it made the jump to the camera-equipped iPod Touch last month. Available in beta from Apple's site, you can download FaceTime for OS X right here.
When you first open it up, FaceTime for Mac asks you to give an email address that you can be reached at (you can add more than one) and then presents you with a list of contacts from your Address Book. Once you choose someone to call, you select either their phone number (if they have an iPhone) or the email address that they've set up with FaceTime. Everything seems to work pretty smoothly so far, and it's nice that the app auto-rotates if the other user switches their iPhone or iPod Touch into landscape mode. One complaint that I have with the software is that there doesn't seem to be any way to manually dial a number or enter an email. The app is still in beta though, so there's still time for changes and improvements to be made. So, for anyone that has downloaded the FaceTime beta, what do you all think? Have you found any bugs or things that need changing?