Finally, Jio joins the league of Zoom, Microsoft Teams, and Google Meet by launching the new JioMeet video conferencing app on iOS and Android platforms. Due to the Coronavirus lockdown, the demand for video calling apps is on the rise. This is a perfect time for Jio to come up with a new service that might be helpful in this situation.
The new JioMeet app lets its users make video calls and group video conferences easily. Anyone could download the app from the respective app store and get it rolling.
As of now, JioMeet allows video calls up to 720p in quality. The app will automatically determine the quality of the video depending on the Internet connection speed.
After downloading the app, to host a video call, users need to sign up for a new account. You can either login using your email address or via OTP verification.
The free version of JioMeet allows up to 5 people in a video conference. The Pro version which will be suitable for businesses and educational institutions could add as many as 100 people in a single meeting.
On the JioMeet app dashboard, you will find a bunch of options like Favorites, Recents, and Contacts. To initiate a new video call, just tap on the video call icon next to the name of the user.
What’s more interesting is that you could add people to your conference who does not have a JioMeet account. In this case, the other person(guest) could use a conference link sent by the admin and the guest will be required to type in the meeting ID and the host’s name.
JioMeet’s video calls are secured with SSL 128-bit encryption. Other miscellaneous features include the ability for admins to remove, mute, or stop the video call within a single tap. If you wish, you could also save the conference for future use as well.