As a simple and useful application for video calls recently ZOOM has taken dominant position on the market. Because of its practicality and accessibility, it is being installed by millions of users around the world.
But as a program without end-to-end encryption (which means that private calls could be accessed by other users), problems began to emerge for ZOOMs easily achieved popularity. Even though experts from ZOOM are working hard to fix privacy issues, this app has begun to lose users. If you also have lost trust in ZOOM, here are few alternatives.
Google Hangouts allow up to 10 users for video conference calls, and in case of audio-only for 150 users. It works on any operating system, HD resolution, and no need for installing – all that is needed is signing up with a Google account.
Because of its simplicity, this app will be most useful to users with less experience. It allows up to 6 users on a call and works on an online platform, and all you need to do is send a link to the other parties.
Meet Now offers the best Skype functionality. It doesn’t require installation and saves the recordings for up to 30 days, it is very fast and easy to use.
Jitsi Meet allows for 75 participants in a call, is encrypted, and completely free. This is the new rising star.
This one is meant for business use. Cisco Webex allows for an impressive 100 participants and unlimited meeting time. With built-in noise-canceling functionality, it is ideal for business environments.