Jio launches a new online meeting app named JioMeet to take over the Zoom application. Mukesh Ambani announced that in a little fanfare on Thursday night in which he gave the details.
The app will be available on Android as well as iOS means it will found on Appstore and the playstore.
JioMeet launch with these Features
JioMeet underpins direct calls (1:1 calling) just as facilitating gatherings with up to 100 members. According to Reliance Jio, the application offers undertaking grade have controlled.
You can join with your telephone number or email ID, and the gatherings support HD quality. It’s allowed to utilize, and you can make large gatherings every day, and the masses can likewise be secret phrase secured and bolster a sitting area like Zoom.
The stage has an extremely straightforward interface — that looks a reasonable piece like Zoom really — however, a snappy test demonstrated that it seems to work simply like the other driving applications.
Jiomeet Other Specifications
JioMeet says that the application support multi-gadget login support, on up to five gadgets, and you can consistently switch between devices while on a call. There is additionally an element called Safe Driving Mode, just as standard highlights like screen sharing.
Even though the application is currently accessible to the general population, Jio had been trying it for two or three months, and you can see remarks on Google Play indicating how it used to require a welcome code. Presently, however, you should simply pursue JioMeet.
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