View TV shows and movies together, listen to music together, or share your screen in calls: Tap SharePlay, then turn on SharePlay.
You can easily FaceTime on an iPad to connect with people in a video call using your device's large screen. Unlike iPhones, iPads can't connect to cellular networks, so you will need to have Internet access to make FaceTime work.
The FaceTime app that comes preloaded on every recent iPhone and iPad is one of the greatest tools we have for staying connected to one another. Assuming the person on the receiving end accepts, you will then be connected, either in a live video chat wherein you can see through their iPad or iPhone's screen-side camera and they yours, or an audio call where you can speak but neither party can see one another.
And if you wish to start a group conversation, simply hit the blue "+" before placing the call and enter another contact, email, or number.
Open the FaceTime app and tap Create Link. You can't create a FaceTime link with Windows or a non-Apple device, but you can join a FaceTime call if someone shares a link with you.
Make sure that both you and the person that you're calling are using a fast Wi-Fi or cellular connection.
Note that if you also have an iPhone nearby and connected to Wi-Fi, you can choose to register your phone number for people to reach you over FaceTime, and those calls will be received by your iPad too. If you're already signed in with your Apple ID, tap the switch next to FaceTime so it's in the green ON position. Turn on the switch next to Calls from iPhone if you want to use your iPhone's cellular number to make and receive calls when it's nearby and connected to the same Wi-Fi network as your iPad.