In the wake of raising over Rs. 1,17,588 crore from 11 financial specialists in 11 weeks — Jio Platforms on Thursday launched JioMeet- the video-conferencing application. Jio’s declaration for a video conferencing application comes when the call for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “Aatmnirbhar Bharat” is picking up reverberation with the majority in the nation. Indian govt had as of late prohibited 59 applications, for the most part, Chinese, for being “biased to power and honesty of India.”
What is JioMeet?
JioMeet offers a boundless number of free calls in top quality (720p) to clients and supports upwards of 100 members on the double. Moreover, JioMeet appears to not force a brief timeframe limit on a call’s length. Jio says that free call can be continuous for “as long as 24 hours” in length.
No codes or invites required
Like other popular video conferencing applications, there are no codes or welcomes required for the call to start in JioMeet. For the individuals who are joining from the work area rendition of the application, click on JioMeet welcome connection and join from your program without downloading the application.
Different highlights of the application incorporate planning gatherings, imparting screens to one another and the sky is the limit from there.
JioMeet on desktop
The video conferencing stage can likewise be gotten to through Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox for clients chipping away at work area separated from Android and iOS users. It is totally liberated from cost.
Here are the means by which to download the application:
On Mobile Device – Go to Android Play Store or Apple AppStore, look for JioMeet application and directly download it.
On Desktop – Visit this webpage and download the JioMeet application.
At present, JioMeet has been appraised as high as 4.8 on the App store and 4.6 on the Google Play store. The application has just been downloaded by 100k Android clients.
Reliability and Efficiency
The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) in April had cautioned the Zoom application clients that the video-conferencing application isn’t alright for utilization.
The Indian government, in April-end, reported an advancement challenge for the improvement of a video-conferencing application. The Government needed designers in India to think of an option in contrast to the video conferencing application, Zoom. The winner gets Rs.1 crore as a prize.
On its official site, JioMeet guarantees all the gatherings are “scrambled” however give subtleties don’t if this is start to finish encryption. JioMeet should prepare itself to take on other mainstream video conferencing stages, for example, Zoom and Google Meet.