Jio Unveils JioMeet Video Conferencing Platform to Compete Against Zoom, Google Meet


With the increasing popularity of video calling during these quarantine days in the country, Jio is also jumping in the video conferencing industry with the announcement of its native platform called JioMeet.

Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) announced today that it will be launching the JioMeet platform soon in the coming weeks. This announcement came in between when the company was announcing its quarterly earnings for the fourth quarter on Thursday. RIL will be launching this platform as a rivalry to the already established video conferencing platforms like Google Meet, Zoom, and Microsoft Teams.

JioMeet will be available across almost every platform including Android, iOS, Windows, and macOS computers. The video conferencing solution will also be accessible on Outlook through a plugin or even via Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. JioMeet will offer HD quality video conferencing across all the supported platforms. Users will be able to log in using email IDs and passwords or join a video conference as a guest.

Just after the official announcement, JioMeet was also listed on Apple App Store and Google Play Store. However, its listing was removed after a short span. Apart from this, the company has also hosted a microsite for JioMeet with a screen showing a message that says, “Thank you for your interest in JioMeet.”

As of now, there is no word on when this app will be available to download and use. However, if we consider the company’s track record, JioMeet is likely to be available for selected users at first and then will reach the masses at a later stage.

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