Reliance Jio is all set to launch a new video conferencing app called JioMeet to take on Zoom and Google Meet. Amid lockdown, the whole nation is using different apps to stay in touch as no one is allowed to go out. Zoom and Google Meet are the most used apps to do video conferencing, and now, Jio is planning to launch a new app JioMeet.

JioMeet video conferencing app to launch soon to take on Zoom and Google Meet

Jio To Launch Video Conferencing App JioMeet To Take On Zoom, Google Meet!
Jio To Launch Video Conferencing App JioMeet To Take On Zoom, Google Meet!

Reliance Jio has revealed that the company is planning to bring a new video conferencing app soon. The announcement was made on Thursday 30 April. JioMeet video conferencing app by Reliance industries.

From the time Zoom came in controversies due to its security flaws, India is getting video conferencing apps. Now, it looks like Reliance Jio has come up with its own video conferencing app.

Pankaj Pawar, a senior VP of Reliance Jio Infocomm said,

“Jio Meet is a platform which has much uniqueness- it actually has an ability to work on any device, any operating system, and it has an ability to do a complete collaboration.”

Pankaj Pawar also said that the app would not be a typical video conferencing app. This means, JioMeet will not only be used for Video conferencing, and it will come up with great services like the users can consult the doctors online and can get prescriptions also.

The company is also planning to collaborate with education apps which will allow the users to create a classroom for students and teachers. By using this app, the students can submit assignments and teachers can take virtual tests.

Pankaj also said, 

“We are just a few days away from offering this to all the Indians so that they will be able to leverage this in the most secure environment and at the same time in a ‘grandma easy’ kind of platform so that anybody and everybody is able to use this.”

JioMeet will allow 100 people to join a single call. At present, there are so many video conference apps to choose from. Just a day before, Google has made it is Premium Meet App free for all the users with Gmail accounts. Facebook has brought a video conference app Messenger Rooms, which allows 50 people on a call. Whatsapp has also increased the video call participant limit to 8 from 4.


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