Jio is jumping into the video conferencing arena and is set to launch its core platform called JioMeet. Jio parent Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) on Thursday announced its plans to launch the JioMeet platform, announcing its quarterly earnings for the fourth quarter.
Announcing the quarterly earnings, Reliance Industries revealed that it is launching JioMeet as a nationwide video platform under its Jio platforms subsidiary.
To be available on major platforms
Jio will bring JioMeet as a platform-agnostic solution that will be available on Android and iOS devices as well as Windows and MacOS computers. The video conferencing solution will also be accessible on Outlook through a plugin, or even through Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, as reported by Hindustan Times. It is also claimed that it provides HD-quality experience across devices. In addition, users can log in using an email ID and password or join a video conference as a guest.
The JioMeet app listings were seen on the Apple App Store and Google Play soon after the official announcement.