JioMeet is a conferencing app that allows corporate meetings as well as private one-on-one sessions. You can quickly host or join a meeting with a ten-digit code. The app supports video calls and screen sharing.
Meeting on the go
JioMeet transitions from WiFi to 4G data seamlessly. As long as your mobile internet is available, you won’t miss a second of what’s going on. The drawback is it consumes a massive amount of data.
Every JioMeet meeting has a unique ID and passcode. When you’re hosting a session, you'll want to make sure to send out the correct number. Joining is fast and easy. The video quality isn’t top-notch, but there’s much less lag than other apps like Skype.
JioMeet has a good-looking UI that makes setting things up easier. All your notifications are in the front so you should never miss an important update. Managers can schedule a meeting with their staff by using the Plan feature. Once a request is sent, all invited members will receive a notification for that meeting.
The settings let you change or update relevant information at any time. Many options define the quality of your meeting. You can choose to enter any conference without sound or video. Other JioMeet features, such as video preview and connected timer, also help with time management.
JioMeets uses a ton of battery and data. You should avoid using this app on 4G or in power-saving mode. Some devices let you use most apps on low battery, but live streaming is never a good idea. Meeting on an old phone or version of Android (earlier than Android 9) may result in reduced performance.
Having a conference with a high member count consumes a lot of memory. It might cause your other apps to slow down or misbehave. Screen sharing also heats up your phone quickly.
JioMeet helps employees stay connected. It also lets customers stay in touch with clients. Overall, it boosts communication and efficiency.