Reliance Jio launches indigenous HD video calling app Jio Meet, Zoom may face challenge


New Delhi: After creating panic in the telecom sector, Reliance Jio has also registered its presence in IT services. The company has launched the Jio Meet video calling app. This app will directly compete with video calling apps like Zoom, Google Meet, hangout, Microsoft Team, Skype. Jio Meet can be downloaded from Google Play Store and Apple iOS App Store. The company had been working on this app for a long time. Due to the Coronavirus lockdown, there has been a tremendous increase in video calling in the last few months, in view of which the company launched its video calling app. The special feature of this app is that video calling can be done with 100 people at a time.


Guidelines for the use of Zoom video calling app were also issued for the privacy policy by the government. After which Zoom updated its app. In such a situation, it can become a better option for indigenous app users. The beta version of the Jio Meet app was rolled out in May. Now the stable version of this app has been rolled out for both Android and iOS platforms.

Like any other video calling app, it will not require any code to add up to 100 users. This app can also be accessed via desktop. For this, the user has to click on the invite link. User groups can become part of video calling after clicking on the invite link. This app can be accessed on desktop or laptop via Google Chrome and Mozila Firefox browser. There is no subscription fee for this app, that is, users can use the video calling feature for free.

Android users can download this app from Google Play Store and iPhone users from Apple App Store. There is no charge to download and use this app. Desktop users can download from the official Jio Meet website. Also, this app is also available on the Windows Store. Devices running on the Windows 10 operating system can also be downloaded from the store.