RIL AGM 2020: JioMeet downloaded by over 5 million users since release | HT Tech

RIL AGM 2020: JioMeet downloaded by over 5 million users since release

RIL AGM 2020: Jio’s video conferencing platform rakes in over 5 million downloads.

By: HT TECH
| Updated on: Jul 15 2020, 14:34 IST
JioMeet gets huge traction
JioMeet gets huge traction (Jio)

RIL's chairman and managing director Mukesh Ambani at the company's Annual General Meeting (AGM) said that the company's new video conferencing platform ‘JioMeet' has been downloaded by 5 million users since its release 

This is the first time Reliance is live streaming the AGM through the video conferencing platform. 

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“This is India's first cloud-based video conferencing app. It has been built by a young Jio Platforms' team,” Ambani said.

According to the company website, JioMeet supports HD audio and video call quality with up to 100 participants and offers features like screen sharing, and meeting schedule feature, among others.

But unlike Zoom, it does not impose a 40-minute time limit. Calls can go on as long as 24 hours, and all meetings are encrypted and password-protected, the company said.

JioMeet video conferencing app is available across Android, iOS, Windows, macOS and web.

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(with inputs from PTI)

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