Mukesh Ambani Launches JioMeet To Dethrone Zoom: Get HD Video Call With 100 Users!
An Answer To Zoom
On Thursday night, Mukesh Ambani’s telecom company launched its video conferencing app with little fanfare.
Yesterday, Reliance Jio officially launched its JioMeet video conferencing service on Google Play Store and App Store.
Finally, Reliance Jio has released its first new product, after a nonstop streak of funding updates.
Further, according to the company, this product is an answer to Zoom, also entering the circle against Google Meet, Microsoft Teams, and other popular video conferencing tools.
What Are The Features Supported By JioMeet?
Prior to this, some of users were using the beta version of the HD conferencing app for over a month now.
But now, it has been rolled out with a stable release on Android and iPhones’ application stores, according to media reports.
According to the frequently asked questions (FAQ) page on the JioMeet website, JioMeet conferencing app can support up to 100 participants at once, on top of that, there are no codes or invites required for initiating the call.
In case if a user wants to join from the desktop version of the app, by clicking on JioMeet invite link and join from your browser without even downloading the application.
Apart from these features, the app includes scheduling meetings, sharing screens with each other and more.
Also, it can be accessed through browsers like Mozilla, Google Chrome and Firefox for users working on desktop apart from Android and iOS phones.
The best part is, it is absolutely free of cost and also made in India.
How To Download JioMeet?
Desktop users can visit this site and download the JioMeet application.
For mobile users, simply Go to Play Store/AppStore and search for the JioMeet application and download it.
JioMeet App Availability For Different Devices
So far, the JioMeet app supports both Android and iOS phones apart from the desktop versions.
You can check if your phone is compatible with the app:
Android – OS version 5.0 and above, min. 2GB RAM.
iOS – OS version 9 and above, min. 1 GB RAM.
Mac – OS version 10.13 and above, min. 2GB RAM.
Windows – Windows 10 with Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5.2 (x86 and x64) and above, min 4GB RAM.
The timing of JioMeet is of greater importance as the launch of the new app comes at a time when there’s a high demand for a reliable video conferencing platform owing to the work from home situation across the world due to the outbreak of novel coronavirus.
The other factor, which can influence its launch is the drive for using swadeshi products in the country.
Moreover, with this latest launch, the company is ready to take on other popular video conferencing platforms like Zoom, Google Meet, WebEx and more.