Reliance Jio Meet Video Calling App will be launched soon

Reliance Jio Meet Video Calling App will be launched soon

Reliance Jio Meet is preparing to launch its video calling app Jio Meet soon. This app will be launched to challenge video calling apps like Zoom, Google Meet, Hangout, Duo. Let me tell you that in the past, Facebook has partnered with Reliance Jio. One of the reasons behind bringing Jio Meet video calling app can also be that the use of video calling has increased due to the Coronavirus lockdown in the country at this time. Due to increased use of video calling, video calling apps like Zoom can get challenged with Jio Meet.

Like other video calling apps, Jio Meet can also be made available for download on Android, iOS, and Web platforms. The web page has been made alive by the company. However, no official information has been revealed about when the Jio Meet will be launched commercially. Through this app, users will be able to enjoy HD video calling. Through this app, video calls can be made to 5 people simultaneously.

Reliance Jio Meet Video Calling App will be launched soon, Google Meet Zoom will get the challenge

Last month itself, the Home Ministry did not consider the Zoom video calling app to be a secure platform. Important guidelines were issued to the users to use this app. After this, Zoom has rolled out Security Update to make the app secure. Apart from Zoom, Google has also made its Meet Premium video calling app free for users.

Jio Infocomm Senior Vice President Pankaj Pawar said, “We are just a few days away from rolling it out for Indian users.” Through this app, users will be able to use this app in a very safe way as well as in a very safe environment. Jio Meet will be a platform that can work on any device, can work on any operating system. This app will be completely suitable for collaboration.

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Leah Harper is the global technology editor for Daily Mid Time, based in San Francisco. In past lives, he was editor at large for Time magazine, founder and editor of Technologizer, and editor of PC World. He writes about topics ranging from new products and services from tech giants to the startup economy to how artificial intelligence and other breakthroughs are changing life at work, home, and beyond.