JioMeet: Introduction, Advantages, and Difference with Zoom

  • Neelam Tyagi
  • Jul 16, 2020
  • Business Analytics
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This is a story, all about JioMeet, a new conference app that is encrypted and password-protected. How?? Do you want to know its features, advantages, and specifically JioMeet vs. Zoom? Let’s unpack together with this blog. 

 

The Reliance Industries stated,

“Jio Meet is a platform that has much uniqueness- it actually has an ability to work on any device, any operating system, and it has an ability to do a complete collaboration, this collaboration does not limit to a typical video conferencing app.”

As people are urged to switch the ways of working during the COVID-19 pandemic, video calling features have appeared as an undeniable tool for business to work. 

 

Consequently, other video conferencing apps such as Zoom, Google Meet, and Microsoft Teams have become notorious due to their comprising features. Now in order to compete with these popular apps, Reliance Jio has taken the step to drive in this market with its own video conferencing app, the JioMeet

 

(Meanwhile, read out the previous blog on how COVID-19 impacts the Financial Market and other 7 industries reshape by it)

 

 

Introducing JioMeet

 

After launching JioMart, Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Industry has launched JioMeet on July 2, 2020, the video conference app that offers unlimited calling free of cost, it also being considered as a rival to Zoom. Even though, Jiomeet has planed to compete with Zoom, Google Meet, and Microsoft Teams, during the Coronavirus outbreak.

 

The JioMeet video app is available across Android, iOS, Windows, macOS, and Web(browsers) after beta testing.cIt maintains HD audio and the quality of video call with up to 100 participants at a time

 

High features include;

 

  1. It delivers amazing features, includes screen sharing, meeting-scheduling features, and many more.

  2. It gives the options of host control and allows record logs of audio and video calls. 

  3. Featured at Google Play Store, JioMeet proposes comfortable to sign up either with mobile number or e-mail ID.

  4. It enables the making of instant meetings and starts calls/chats at a single click.

  5. The video quality can be scheduled earlier where meeting details are bestowed with invitees.

  6. As the meetings are password-protected, the host can facilitate “Waiting Room” to make sure no single participants can join the meeting without approval.

  7. It offers “Safe Driving Mode” while driving and endures login to multi-device up to five devices and consistent swapping of devices from one to another while on a call.

  8. The app also provides nationwide and worldwide seminars/workshops and entertaining cultural and social events.  

 

 

Difference Between JioMeet and Zoom

 

Basically, JioMeet comes with two advanced features over Zoom;

 

  • First, it only allows associates from the organization of the host. If allowed, users from the organization of the host can follow the meeting only and exclude intruders from other IDs possibly. 

  • Second, it never allows guest users, if allowed, each user needs to sign up in order to join the meeting. So, it restrains the anon users from connecting the meeting, or call.

 

Other than the above-stated difference, both JioMeet and Zoom embrace some difference that can be noticed below;

 

  1. JioMeet provides calls that can last as more as 24 hours, whereas Zoom forces a 40 minutes time limit.

  2. All the meetings at JioMeet are encrypted and guarded by a strong password which is on a huge scale than Zoom meetings.

  3. While Zoom takes charge of $15 per month for meetings more than 40 minutes($180 on annual base), in opposite to that JioMeet provides the same features and functionality free of cost that saves Rs. 13,500 per year for an owner.

  4. At Zoom, users can’t extend an associate's video call, but at JioMeet meetings, users can extend any associate's video or shared screen video via “a double-tap”

  5. Dissimilar to Zoom, JioMeet users may switch the meeting from one device to another device without dropping out the calls.

  6. Zoom supports sign up by an e-mail ID only, while JioMeet enables sign up either with e-mail ID or mobile number

  7. During the call, JioMeet reflects nine active associates on a single screen whereas Zoom exposes four active members on a personal screen at a time.

 

From the educational point of view, as during this pandemic situation goes on, online classes are conducted by teachers to interact with students. At Zoom, teachers are restricted to short their classes down, but at JioMeet, no such restriction on time limits there. (In accordance with the Yourstory

 

 

What are the Advantages of JioMeet

 

As the worthwhile JioMeet launched, it offers promising advantages and values, for which customers prefer it, and that is; 

 

  1. Stay Associated

A network that is the device-agnostic explication, offers by JioMeet. It connects the conference meeting from any device, every time and whenever needed, which leads to the conference exceeding the conference room’s walls.

 

  1. Inter-operable Ability

Most of us have spent huge costs on VC devices that are reliable but not pocket-friendly always, it lets you give free. It is the easiest mode of the conference meet, also from traditional devices.

 

  1. More Genuine Experience 

More enhanced experience an individual can get that is provided by back-end technology. It optimizes user experience along with HD video quality, indeed at minor bandwidths.

 

  1. Lenient to Access and Use 

An automatic and user-friendly interface that is easily accessible and secure to use that augments the long-term conferencing adventure.

 

  1. Reliable and Protected

All the conference meet are encrypted and highly shielded by a strong password that assures entire secrecy and keeps data protected. (In reference with


 

Conclusion

 

During this blog conversation, we have seen Reliance’s industry new launch as JioMeet, launched on 2nd July 2020, and is seen as a rival of Zoom. It comes with excellent features that include unlimited meetings per day, meeting without interruption up to 24 hours free of costs. 


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