JioMeet is already gaining popularity within the country as Jio’s profits are up by 72 percent. The application already registered more than 100,000 downloads on the Play Store as Reliance named it as a “nationwide video platform.”
JioMeet is giving fierce competition already to video conferencing platforms like Zoom and Google Meet.
The user can launch group video calls and even exchange live chats during the call. The user has a choice of audio or video mode. As online teaching is flourishing amid the lockdown, Reliance grabbed the opportunity and released JioMeet.
According to Reliance, the platform is secure and thoroughly encrypted. The private information of the user won’t be collected. JioMeet is pin protected, and the user has to enter a pin created by the host to open the video conference. Another advantage in JioMeet is that the application downgrades to audio mode automatically if your data connection is slow.
Jio profits nearly triple:
The net profits of Jio for this quarter ended March 31, 2020, were 2,331 crores. This is an increase of 72 percent compared to December’s quarter. Jio saw an increase of subscribers by 17.2 million. This adds to the total subscribers resulting in 387.5 million.
Mukesh Ambani, the chairman of Reliance Industries, mentioned that he was glad to launch JioMeet as teachers, IT professionals, and many other people are getting the benefits of smooth and high-quality video conferencing.