After testing for months, Indian telecom operator Reliance Jio has officially launched “Jiomeet” a video-conferencing application in Playstore and Appstore.
There have been some reports claiming that the Jiomeet’s user interface is similar to the Zoom’s UI. Though the UI may be similar, the features offered in Zoom and Jiomeet are completely different.
Jiomeet has launched in the market at the time where people in India are discarding products that are not made in India and especially the ones tahr are made in China.
Jiomeet can stream HD audio and video quality with hundreds of participants. It also offers features like screen sharing and meeting schedule feature. Jiomeet is supported in Windows, MAC, Android, and iOS. Users won’t have to signup to join a meeting unless they host a meeting. When they plan to host it they are required to sign up to access the platform. Signing up in Jiomeet is pretty easy, you will need to enter details like your mobile number, name, and email ID.
Most of the video conferencing app has a time limit for free video calling, but Jiomeet has no such restriction. The users can use video calling service for 24 hours without any interruptions. Keeping the safety and privacy of users in mind every meeting in Jiomeet is encrypted.
The waiting room in Jiomeet can be enabled or disabled according to the user’s convenience. If the waiting room option is turned on, no one will be able to enter the meeting without the host’s permission.
An interesting feature in Jiomeet is that a safe driving mode option is provided to the people who have an important meeting to attend while on their way to some other place. Jiomeet has been rated 4.3 stars in Playstore and has over 1M downloads by Android users.
So, what’s your opinion on Jiomeet?
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