September 28, 2017

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5 Best Skype Alternatives to use
Skype is an instant messaging application that provides online text message and video chat services. Users may transmit both text and video messages, and may exchange digital documents such as images, text, and video. Skype allows video conference calls.  Skype implements a freemium model. Much of the service is free, but Skype Credit or a subscription is required to call a landline or a mobile phone number. For VoIP, video chat or video conferencing Skype is the best but if you are looking for alternatives here are some of the best options you can consider. Read on:

5 Best Skype Alternatives to use

1. Google Hangouts
Google Hangouts allows you to chat over text, video or VoIP call, you can also do group video chats with your friends, family or colleagues, up to 10 members and all this for free. If you aren’t from US or Canada then you will have to pay for VoIP calls, but the prices are lowest among all its competitors. You can also broadcast your live hangout for free with Hangouts on air. Once, the hangout is over, It will be uploaded to your YouTube channel.

2. VSee 
VSee allows you do unlimited group video calls for free. VSee uses 50% less bandwidth than Skype, offers easy file sharing and 720P HD video calling. VSee’s free plan lets you do the following things, Unlimited group video, Instant messaging, File send, 1 screen share per day. For uplifting the screen share limit, you will have to sign up for the paid plan, starting from 9 USD a month.

3. Uber Conference
Uber Conference isn’t just a video conferencing service; when it comes to audio conferencing, It is the widely used and most trusted software. It has both free and paid plans, let’s find out what this tools has to offer in free plan, You can do unlimited conferences with up to 10 callers, up to 100 callers in paid plan. HD Quality Audio and you can record or lock the call as well. Integration with LinkedIn, Facebook, and Google+ Profiles.

4. GoToMeeting 
GoToMeeting is a premimu service but when it comes to video conferencing, It is the best among all. Up to 25 members can join for a video conference and can have unlimited meetings, HD video and audio quality
Supports Mac, Windows PC, iOS or Android devices, Offers single click screen sharing, keyboard or mouse control sharing, draw & highlight on screen and many more features.

5. Webex 
Webex is a widely used and trusted tool for holding online meetings. The tool is available on freemium basis. The free version holds good for small teams up to 3 members and HD 720P video and high quality audio, Easy screen sharing, apps and file sharing and switching between files, Highlight important parts of documents shared in the meeting, online whiteboard so that you can note down important points discussed in the meeting.

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