Due to this lockdown Zoom video calling app is used by many schools and organisations.The video conference app pulled in more than 200 million daily active users last month — significantly up from a maximum of 10 million users previously.
There key feature can hold upto 100 participants and 500 in paid version as a virtual meeting. But due to many rumors Zoom has some allegations that it can leak our data in any way. Due to privacy issue government said no to use any private company software for some personal and important meetings. But if you don’t trust Zoom and are look for capable alternatives, you’re in the right place.
1. Google Hangouts
Google Hangouts is an American communication software product developed by Google. Originally a feature of Google+. It is safe because google follow end to end encryption. You can make video calls with up to 10 participants or chat with up to 150 participants at once. Google also lets you host video calls or talk with your colleagues through text messages using a mobile device. Further, being a Google product, Hangouts just needs your Gmail account to let you get started. If you are ready to pay, then you are able to increase the limit for video calls to up to 25 participants as well.
Basically, Discord is a very efficient and good app for mobile or desktop both. Discord provides a feature to connect voice and go live without any cost. The platform is popular amongst gamers, though you can use it as a tool to communicate with your office team or some friends.
Microsoft’s other popular product, Skype, is another well-known video chat experience. The platform supports up to 50 participants for an unlimited amount of time for free. For being a product of Microsoft it is also a safe way to connect to other.
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