With video-conferencing apps like Zoom, Google Meet, Microsoft Teams and Skype gaining popularity during this ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, now Reliance Jio platform has also joined this bandwagon of video-calling apps by launching JioMeet. It can be downloaded via App Store or Google Play. So far, more than 100,000 users have downloaded JioMeet through Google Play.
JioMeet is made in India free video-conferencing application that can be used for 1:1 video calls and hosting meetings with up to 100 participants with enterprise-grade host controls.
The feature highlights of JioMeet is that it one can easily sign up with either Mobile Number or Email ID. According to Reliance Jio, the JioMeet video conferencing supports HD video and audio quality. Those who do not wish to join video can enjoy audio conferencing too. In order to use JioMeet, one can create instant meeting and start inviting friends. The users of this video-conferencing by Reliance Jio can also schedule a meeting in advance and share meeting details with invitees.
Interestingly, a JioMeet user can get access to unlimited meeting per day and each meeting can go uninterrupted up to 24 hours. Moreover, each JioMeet meeting is password protected and host can enable ‘Waiting Room’ to ensure no participant joins without permission. If an individual is using JioMeet whil driving, they can use ‘Safe Driving Mode’.
Moreover, JioMeet offers multi-platform support as it can be used on Android, Windows, iOS, Mac, SIP/H.323 systems along with multi-device login support up to 5 devices. A user can seamlessly switch from one device to other while on call.
In order to make a group video call on JioMeet, a user simply needs to tap on icon and select multiple contacts you want to make a group video call to. Other than this, one can tap on icon & select one of the contacts you want to video call and once the contact accepts the call, tap Add participants:
- Search for and select another contact you want to add to the call.
- Tap Invite
In order to have a group call on JioMeet, Reliance Jio revealed that “ensure that you and your contacts have a strong Internet connection when placing or receiving group video calls. A poor or improperly configured connection might result in poor video and audio quality. If you’re connected to Wi-Fi, your video call quality is dependent on your wireless network signal and network data speed.”
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