Amazon Chime boasts high definition video calls and uses Alexa, a device by Amazon, to allow easy access to video conferencing. A total of 16 users can take part in a video call from their desktop computers, or 8 on mobile devices. There are file sharing features and chat rooms where users can communicate, similar … ContinuedMore about Amazon Chime Visit Amazon Chime
We already use Google as our default search engine, Google Docs as our go-to word processor, and Google Drive to store our files and documents. Why not cave in and use Google Hangouts for our video calls? In addition to video calls, Google Hangouts lets users send text messages, attach photos, or transition to a … ContinuedMore about Google Hangouts Visit Google Hangouts
Despite the recent shift to cell phone use, websites designed for making video calls are still going strong. There are a growing number of ways to chat on camera, whether it’s for work or catching up with friends. These are the 8 cool websites for video calls that you should check out.
With Skype and Google Hangouts dominating most of the video chat market, do we really need another website that does basically the same thing? Zoom is unique in its business focus and ability to include 100 people in one video chat session. You can use the service for free, but the website’s true features come … ContinuedMore about Zoom Visit Zoom
Join.me is LogMeIn’s freemium web video conferencing tool. The service lets lets users share audio, video, and even their screen. They tout their service as simple and it certainly is. I ran into a snag. I couldn’t get the app to work at first. After starting the first meeting, I was prompted to install a join.me.exe file … ContinuedMore about Join.me Visit Join.me