Reliance launches unlimited free conferencing app JioMeet

Reliance launches unlimited free conferencing app JioMeet

Mumbai/Kolkata: Reliance Industries has launched JioMeet video conferencing app with unlimited free calling. JioMeet video conferencing app is available across Android, iOS, Windows, macOS and web.

JioMeet supports HD audio and video call quality with up to 100 participants and offers features like screen sharing, meeting schedule feature and more. Unlike Zoom or other paid apps, JioMeet is providing the same functionality and more free of cost, saving a lot of money for the host.

Calls on JioMeet can go on as long as 24 hours, and all meetings are encrypted and password-protected, unlike Zoom or other video-conferencing apps, which have time limits and cannot be used beyond certain minutes. It can be easily signed up with either mobile number or e-mail ID and allows creation of instant meeting. The meeting in HD audio and video quality can be scheduled in advance. It allows unlimited meetings per day with each meeting going uninterrupted for up to 24 hours.

From security point of view, each meeting is password protected and the host can enable ‘Waiting Room’ to ensure no participant joins without permission. It also allows creation of groups and starting calling or chatting on a single click. Other features include ‘Safe Driving Mode’ while driving, multi-device login support for up to five devices and seamless switching from one device to other while on call.

It will also be a big relief for the teachers. With JioMeet, they do not require to cut short their classes as they are forced to do on Zoom or other apps. Also, the app allows national and international seminars as well as hosting of cultural and social events. Unlike Zoom where users cannot expand a participant’s video, JioMeet meetings users can expand any participant’s video or shared screen’s video by a double tap.

Unlike Zoom, JioMeet users can switch from one device to another without dropping out of the call. Zoom allows sign up only with e-mail ID while JioMeet allows sign up with e-mail and mobile number. Inside the call, Zoom shows four participants at a time on a single mobile screen (for others, users need to scroll through multiple pages). JioMeet allows nine active participants on a single mobile screen.

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