10 Best Alternatives to Zoom App

The trend of video calling is emerging in Covid-19 Pandemic. Organizations use video calling for presentation or meeting, School use video calls for teaching online. As video conferencing continues to become more popular choice among organizations and businesses to coordinate, there is a need to choose the best video conferencing app And while Zoom still remains one of the most preferred video conferencing platforms, the peoples ask questions about the app security protection. On the other side, Indian Government is banning Chinese apps. So in future, If zoom is banned, then? So, here is the list of the alternative app for zoom for video calling.

10 best alternatives to Zoom app

Skype

Skype is a free alternative to Zoom, but it’s not good for business users. Skype is a free program that allows user to talk to friends and family on your computer or mobile device. You can even talk to each other live over video chat. All of this is possible through a technology called voiceover IP, or VoIP (pronounced voyp), which can transmit your voice over the Internet.

 

Google Duo

Google Duo is a video and audio calling app made by Google, similar to WhatsApp or Messenger and Skype. Google Duo is free to use and works across both iOS and Android. The app has recently increase its group calling limit to 12, so you can chat with all your family and friends. Duo depending on your phone contact number, enables you to contact people in your contacts list, offers end-to-end encryption, and has features like Knock Knock, which allows you see live video of your caller before you answer.

 

Google Hangouts

Similar to Zoom, Google hangout is a video communication app. Google Hangouts is a cloud-based messaging and video chat application developed by Google. It started as a feature of Google+ but became a standalone product in 2013 when features such as Google+ Messenger and Google Talk were integrated into the application. Hangouts is now part of the G Suite line of products and is available to anyone for free with an gmail account.

 

MS Teams

Microsoft Teams is a persistent chat-based collaboration platform complete with document sharing, online meetings, and many more extremely useful features for business communications. MS Teams offers both a free and paid version of the platform, with certain advanced features on the paid plan starting from INR 125 per month. The platform allows a maximum of 50 people on one video call.

 

ClickMeeting

ClickMeeting is a web-based audio and video webinar solution designed for organizations. it offers are webinar monetization, on-demand webinars, waiting room, interface customization, and presentation and whiteboard. Apart from those, ClickMeeting enables you to learn from your webinar’s statistics. It tells you important numbers such as where most of your attendees hail from, the devices they used, and the average rating your webinar has.

 

Ekiga

Ekiga is an open source SoftPhone, Video Conferencing and Instant Messenger application over the Internet. Ekiga was first released back in 2001 under the name of GnomeMeeting. it is currently not available for Mac users. However, the app is a free which can be used to schedule and join group video calls.

 

Adobe Connect

Adobe Connect is a web conferencing software solution used by organisations for conducting online meetings, webinars and training sessions. The solution is for adhoc collaboration as well as planned online meetings. The solution enables online audio and video collaboration across devices (including mobile platforms). Participants using desktops can join meetings without installing any software. It is best for big businesses as it allows a total of 1,000 participants.

 

GoToMeeting

GoToMeeting is another great alternative to Zoom app, although it’s a bit costly. it is fast becoming a favorite tool for teleconferencing, online meetings, and even sales demonstrations. GoToMeeting is extremely flexible. It can be used from any browser as well as most mobile devices, and with or without a camera. It offers a ton of great features, too, even in the free version. The professional versions offer even more powerful tools.

 

BlueJeans Meetings

BlueJeans is a cloud-based service that is able to connect users across multiple devices and utilize conferencing solutions including Google, Microsoft Lync and Cisco. The platform offers collaborative video, audio, and web conferencing as well as allowing users to host livestreams and other interactive events. It’s notable for its simplicity, allowing users to “schedule, join, and host one-touch meetings in just six seconds” from any device. In addition, the service utilizes HD video and Dolby Voice audio, which offer superior quality.

Join.me

Join.me doesn’t feature too many advanced features as Zoom app but is a great option if you are on a budget and do not have too many participants. It comes with an unlimited free plan and can display 10 video streams at once.

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