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ASTNT Technologies launches “India Meet” Indian video conferencing & video meeting app


India’s tech company ASTNT Technologies has launched “India Meet”, a Zoom-like video conferencing platform with advanced features to woo consumers in India.

According to several media reports, Akhilendra Sahu, Founder of ASTNT Technologies launched India Meet on May 29 across Google Play in more than 100 countries including Malaysia, Singapore, India, Thailand, Japan, Hong Kong, and Macao.

As daily work and life continues to revolve around webinars and video conferencing tools during the ongoing COVID-19 lockdown, platforms like Zoom, GoogleMeet, Microsoft Team, Skype and others have seen rapid surge in the user base.

While existing video conferencing platforms have been enjoying their heyday, some new players are also entering the space with enhanced features and tools to make it more interactive.

We took “India Meet” for a test spin and found it working fine on Android devices. The app allows attendees to join meetings quickly on mobile phones, for a duration per meeting of 9999 minutes without any charges.

As of now, the app has seen over 1000 downloads on Play Store.

The platform is offering its cloud-based video conferencing feature for free for up to 70 attendees at a time.

We talked to India Meet App Team, So, Divya Gandotra Tandon shares some notable features of India Meet App.

Features of India Meet App:

  • Easy and secure login using Google or sign up using email
  • authentication.
  • Create meetings and share the meeting code directly from the app.
  • Join meetings easily using the meeting code.
  • Rejoin previous meetings by browsing the meeting history.
  • Password protect your meetings to make your conversations private.
  • Up to 70 participants in a single call.
  • Chat with other users during the meeting.
  • Light & Dark theme options.

Use IndiaMeet to quickly and easily connect with others, be it your friends and family or your colleagues while you are working from home.

Besides ASTNT Technologies, Facebook is the other overseas player which announced the launch of its video conferencing platform Messenger Rooms. Currently there is no update on its availability in India.

On the other hand, JioMeet along with local startups such as AirMeet, Bharat.live, Say Namaste, Webkonf Meeting, among others, are also making it to the headlines.

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