Jio Launches Free HD Video Conferencing App JioMeet

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On Thursday evening, the firm — backed by Mukesh Ambani, India’s richest man — formally launched JioMeet, its video-conference service that looks uncannily like Zoom.  Jio had announced the video platform in April during its Q4 results. JioMeet is now available for everyone.

To get started you need to download the JioMeet app from Google Play Store, App Store and Microsoft Store. You can also access JioMeet from its website. Next step is to log in with your email ID and password. There’s an option to enter as a guest as well or by using an OTP. If you login as a guest, JioMeet will ask for the name of the user and the meeting ID URL. If you’re using your email address to login then you’ll also get to see contacts that are on JioMeet and send invites for meetings directly.

JioMeet will compete with platforms like Zoom and Google Meet. The company did not provide any more details, including whether people outside of India could use the service. On its website, JioMeet claims all the meetings are “encrypted” but does not elaborate whether these calls are end-to-end encrypted.

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