The coronavirus epidemic has significantly expanded in video calling applications such as Zoom or Houseparty, which now sees its users in need after being accused of having a serious security problem. On the other hand we have Houseparty, which is accused of infringing its users' privacy, which has led many to delete their accounts from the platform.
On the other hand we have Zoom, which is accused of not having the security of its video calls. If you are a user of the platform and prefer not to continue using it to protect your privacy, We suggest you choose the 5 best Zoom modes you can use to make video calls.
The most popular video calling app has now helped establish itself as one of the best options in the market. Skype allows Group video calls with up to 24 participants it's free at high definition, so you can easily see other people.
Skype features include the possibility blur the background of your image, recording video calls or a shared screen to show your presentations to other participants. All of this with high security, because Skype uses the industry's standard encryption to protect your conversations.
It's a less popular platform than the previous one, but it can be surprising when making video calls. Jitsi Join is a great way to zoom Zoom al allow video conferencing without user restrictions -to rely on the power of your server- and without the need to sign up for an account to participate.
Video calls can be public or private, the last one being password protected. Jitsi Meet, open source platform, too guarantees high definition video for encrypted video calls to protect your privacy.
Although it is a special platform for "players", Discord has been one of the best ways to create video calls, whether you like video games or not. The main reason is that it allows video calls up to 50 people for free, Both in its mobile version and its desktop version.
As with the other options mentioned, in Discord you can share the screen so other users can see what you're doing. In short, Discord is a free system
Cisco Webex Meetings
Another less well-known feature in Zoom is the Cisco Webex Meetings, which has been running since the 1990s. When it was bought by Cisco in 2007, it gained a special momentum in business video calling. However, Cisco Webex offers a free version that it has has increased its effectiveness to make contact with users these weeks confinement by the coronavirus.
Due to this free feature extension, you can use Cisco Webex to make video calls of up to 100 participants with no time limits. Before the epidemic, free video calls can have 50 people for 40 minutes.
We are finalizing this integration of other ways to get closer with Duo, Google's top video calling service. For mobile apps and web version, Duo allows make video calls with a limit of 8 participants
Although the number of participants is not as great as the other methods, the Google Duo prevents these shortages through similar activities. the use of filters during video calls, a dark mode that illuminates your image even if you're in a low light and economical mode that limits data usage during calls.