- It will compete with apps like Zoom, Duo, Google Meet and Messenger Rooms
- 100 users can do video conferencing in free version of zoom and 500 in paid version
May 01, 2020, 10:32 AM IST
new Delhi. The practice of work from home has increased due to the applicable lockdown due to coronavirus. Due to this, the demand for applications related to video conferencing and remote working has increased significantly. Video conferencing apps Zoom and Google Meets have become quite famous during lockdown and their userbase has increased considerably. In view of this, Reliance's telecom platform Jio has launched video conferencing app Geomit.
HD video conferencing facility
According to the information, through this video conferencing app of Jio users can do HD video conferencing. This tool is available for both mobiles and tablets. Reliance on Thursday released the fourth quarter data, calling the service a nationwide video platform. However, this app has already been launched but its official announcement has now been made. Users can download this app from Google Play Store, Apple App Store, Mac App Store and Microsoft's Window Marketplace. So far, more than 1 lakh downloads of this app have been done.
Five users will do video conferencing in the free plan
Reliance has launched two plans of Geomit. In the free plan, a maximum of five users can have a video conference at a time. At the same time, 100 users can become part of video conferencing simultaneously in its business plan. Hosts can offer email and OTP based login meetings on this service. Geomit can also be used through Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.
These are special features
- Guests can be invited with the help of a simple conference link.
- Live chat message facility during the conference.
- Answers can be given in audio-video mode during a call.
- User can see the history of the conference.
- The call will not drop even in low network zones.