Apple Updates FaceTime App for OS X With Fixes for Connection Issues on Snow Leopard
Apple has issued an update to its video-calling FaceTime application in the Mac App Store, bringing it up to version 1.0.4.
FaceTime comes with all new Macs out of the box with the factory-installed OS X operating system. Those with the FaceTime application that comes pre-installed FaceTime application won't find an update for the FaceTime application in the Mac App Store, but those running OS X Snow Leopard that bought the 99¢-FaceTime application from the Mac App Store can download the update.
The update is for OS X Snow Leopard users only and it fixes a connection issue that users were having when trying to initiate or receive FaceTime calls from other OS X or iOS users. Apple recommends the update for all OS X Snow Leopard users.
If you're running OS X Snow Leopard and you own the FaceTime application, you can head over to the Mac App Store and visit the Updates tab and find the update for the FaceTime application. Alternatively, if you're running OS X Snow Leopard and you haven't downloaded FaceTime for OS X yet, you can download it at this Mac App Store link
Sources: Mac App Store