Zoom-releases-statement-after JioMeet operate agreements

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With the rise in popularity of your Zoom and other video conferencing platforms, Reliance Jio, came up with his own JioMeet. This is a new made-in-India-video-conferencing app, Jio, for all intents and purposes it is a replacement for the Zoom lens. But what caught the eye of the user, and the uncanny resemblance to “Zoom” in the app. JioMeet identical to that of the Zoom, the app is in comparison to each other. You can also read Reliance Jio’s JioMeet on Zoom, HD video conferencing, and the 100 people limit

This is subject to JioMeet to be a lot of trolls on social media. And now that the Zoom has responded to the situation by his own statement. And, in the opinion of the company, is pleased to announce the competition for JioMeet. It said, “Zoom has experienced intense competition since it was established in 2011, however, we have grown to become the platform of choice for millions of participants all over the world. We know what it takes to make the unified communications platform we have today, including the tremendous amount of work and attention to making this a seamless user experience, enhanced security, and scalable architecture.” Also, Read Zoom, video calling, app is not a safe platform to warn the government

As for the JioMeet it went live on July 2, the company noted that the JioMeet provides support for high-definition video conferencing. Such as to Zoom, it also supports up to 100 participants at a time. The department has a need for a Meeting ID to join the link up for others to take part in the discussion. On the google Play Store, the app appears to have been downloaded over 100 thousand times as much as all that.

In order to do so from the desktop version, users can click on the JioMeet Invite link. They even have the option to become a member of your web browser. There is no need for the application to be downloaded. Other features of the app also includes the ability to schedule meetings and share screens with each other. The interface, itself, seems to be a direct copy of the image, including all of the blue accents. For now, the service is free of charge, and there doesn’t seem to be a paid tier.





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