Jio is moving into the video conference arena and will announce his native JioMeet app. The new platform will be similar to Google Meet, Microsoft teams, and Zoom, which are all common in India and around the world during coronavirus lockdown.
JioMeet would not be totally new, though, because Jio has tried to offer a similar approach for videoconferencing in the past. Reliance Industries has reported quarterly sales and has disclosed it launches JioMeet under its affiliate Jio Platforms as a countrywide video portal.
Jio takes JioMeet to Android and iOS smartphones, as well as to Windows and macOS machines for a platform-agnostic approach. The solution for video conferencing is also available from Outlook with a plugin or also with Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, Hindustan Times writes.
This is also said to have a high-quality user experience. In addition, users can sign in to a video conference with an email identity and password. The JioMeet user lists were identified shortly after the official release of the user on the Apple App Store and Google Play.
Nevertheless, the company had pulled the listings when it released this article. An update with the screen displaying a message, ‘Thank You for your interest in JioMeet,’ was also given to a dedicated microsite (jiomeet.jio.com) which detailed the platform’s key features.
This is not necessarily the first time that Jio has shown an interest in taking a video conference site. With the JioChat device, the company has already attempted to do something similar.