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Zoom is a cross platform, cloud video conferencing tool. It allows users to remotely connect via PC or phone and participate in video conferences, webinars, online teaching courses and more. Whilst Zoom is designed with businesses in mind, this is actually a very good app for group video calls between friends, as you are able to see multiple users at the same time.

Key Features

  • Video Conferences
  • Virtual meetings
  • Video demonstrations
  • Webinars
  • Group messaging
  • Connect with up to 100 active users and 10000 view-only attendees
  • High video and audio quality
  • Easily invite people via phone number or email
  • Share your screen with other callers

Zoom brings together all of these features into an easy to use app that can be downloaded onto your phone or PC.

How Much Does Zoom Cost?

Zoom has several pricing options, depending on your requirements (if you are a large business, planning a webinar or just looking for a way of organising a group chat between colleagues). If you are looking for a basic, free to use package, you can enjoy unlimited 1:1 meetings for free, and can have free group meetings (these are limited to 40 minutes, which you can then restart). See this screenshot for the more complete pricing.

For more information about Zoom, click here.

Other Systems

Zoom is also available on Android.
Latest update on April 30, 2020 at 08:37 AM.
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There are tons of sites out there today. I tend to use which has no ads and is simple to use. It also converts 4K video streams

good app
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Monday October 7, 2019
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September 4, 2020

been using this platform for three year now... i like how they improved their features. You could even use breakout rooms...
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Monday November 25, 2019
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October 20, 2020
A really good app for video calls between colleagues, but also between friends as you can see multiple users screens simultaneously with ease. With more and more people working from home, this can help to facilitate long distance connections.
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