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What is the best video conferencing app for teams?

So been quite annoyed when I can't attend my stand up group :(
6 recommended
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    Taskade 3.0

    All-in-one collaboration. Chat, organize, get things done!

    Evan Kimbrell
    Evan KimbrellFounder, Sprintkick Β· Written
    We use taskade for stand ups with our distributed team. You can chat and start a video conference on the same page and document right in front of you, and works for web and mobile.
  2. 5

    Cloud video conferencing and simple online meetings

    Ryan Hoover
    Ryan HooverFounder of Product Hunt & Weekend Fund Β· Written
    It seems like everyone's getting into video conferencing. In the past 4 months, Amazon launched Chime, Slack introduced video calls, and Google announced Meet. We've been long-time fans of Zoom. You need to download software so it's not great for external video calls but fantastic for teams. We've had very few issues and it can support dozens of concurrent video streams -- great for larger distributed teams. πŸ‘πŸΌ
    Jeremy Bauer
    Jeremy BauerContent Designer Β· Written
    Big fan of Zoom. It's the most reliable video conferencing tool I've used, especially for groups of 5 or more. I work with ed tech in higher ed, and video conferencing is pretty important in this space. We're always looking for a reliable, scalable platform, and we've found it with Zoom. In addition to general meetings, my university uses it for: - Academic advising for students overseas (this has been super difficult with other tools) - Provide an additional virtual attendance option for face to face meetings - Conduct live class sessions for our online MBA students. 1 instructor to, I believe, a couple hundred students (may be closer to a couple thousand, can't remember) I've been really impressed with it. Can't wait to see what they do with their semi-recent funding from Sequoia since they've already blown me away
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    The coding app for beginners by Google

    Sunil Neurgaonkar
    Sunil NeurgaonkarMarketing @ GTM Buddy (We're hiring) Β· Written
    Amazon Chime is the best solution for conferencing and group chat. Better than Skype and if you are using AWS, then easy to implement. Better video quality.
    ArasuvelSenior iOS Application Developer Β· Edited
    It's nice. I have been using for a while it has been good for video calls.
  4. 1
    Inbox by Google

    Next generation inbox

    Brandon Elwood
    Brandon ElwoodOwner, AppJester Β· Written
    Cross-platform is key here. I'm always on my iPhone or iPad, while other team members share screens from a Mac or PC.
  5. 1

    Turn any room into a cloud-based video conferencing room

    Clayton Pritchard
    Clayton PritchardHead of Marketing @ Momentum Β· Written
    Highfive makes having meetings super easy whether people are joining from a meeting room, their laptops, or their mobile devices. Thanks to a partnership with Dolby Voice, the audio is the best in the industry with excellent background noise and echo cancellation. Plus, it's built on WebRTC which means you can join directly from your web browser without downloading anything. Full disclosure: I do work at Highfive. However, I've used multiple video conferencing tools prior including Google Hangouts and BlueJeans during my time at Twitter, and I'm blown away with what our engineering team has built.
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    Mirrorfly - Video Calling API & SDK
    MirrorFly provides feature-rich SDKs and APIs that incorporate highly flexible video chat features into existing apps, whatever they may be. It supports UI, add-ons, key functionalities, and hosting customizations. MirrorFly's SDKs allow you to evaluate, customize, and handle real-time video conferencing.