The video conferencing service has received a boost in the ongoing lockdown around the world due to the Corona virus epidemic. Now Reliance Jio is also preparing to enter the space.
Reliance Jio will now make an entry on one more platform its announced by official.
Reliance Jio will launch a video app for conferences and business meetings.
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Announcement for video conferencing app
The company is preparing to launch a video conferencing app, Reliance Jio said. This app will be launched soon. The app will be called Jio Meet and will be developed in collaboration with Reliance Industries.
According to a report, the senior vice president of Reliance Jio said, “JioMeet is a platform that is unique and will work on all devices and all operating systems.” Jio meet launched one website also but not showing any content regarding this app. but its available as soon as possible. so be patients few days.
According to the report, the company has said that it will be launched soon. Google has released its own video calling platform, G Meet. Earlier, Google charged money for video calling App.
Most of the other video conference apps in Markets allows limited connection these days, JioMeet app will allow group calling to up to 110 participants or more.
Most Helpful, the app will allow with the integration of Jio’s healthcare platform. This function will useful to users, patients, consult doctors online, book lab tests online, and more.
Another interesting feature, JioMeet is availble to have is an e-education platform. This will offer virtual classroom featues for students with functions like recorded classes, online notes and homework, and more
Companies like Facebook, Google and Microsoft are working to make their video calling platforms stronger and easier. However, after the lockdown, ZOOM has been downloaded by millions of users. On the other hand, Facebook and WhatsApp are also changing the video calling feature. Video calling limit increased by WhatsApp while the company has launched a feature called Room for Messenger.
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