5 video-conferencing app for better work from home experience
New Delhi : Coronavirus has forced the businesses to give employees mandatory work from home option. While you cannot go out, you can still work as a team with the help of video conferencing apps.
If you don't know what apps you can use for easy video conferences, here are five you can take a look at.
Gaining fast popularity, this free video conferencing app provides a pared-down service for group video calls. The basic plan lets a user conduct a 40-minute call with features like screen sharing, breakout rooms and local recording.
On WebEx it is easier to navigate through the menu bar and commands as compared to other video conferencing apps. This can be downloaded for free and also offers online video conference facility for free as well.
Google's video chat offering is one of the most widely used apps. The app integrates itself with the search giant’s email service Gmail and can accommodate up to 10 people at a time in a conference call setup.
One of the oldest video services, Skype can be used for both personal and professional purposes. The free version gives one access to 10-way calling and a directory that can be populated by individual users.
Skype also has a business version which is useful for meetings and conferences.
This one operates on the voice-over-IP (VoIP) technology. The free version of the app can accommodate up to 10 people on a single call. The business plan of Join.me can ensure a 250 person conference with ultra-resolution.