iMeet is re-imagining online video meetings on your computer, tablet, or smart phone. Their easy to use platform can host up to 15 people at one time and is always free for guests.
The platform offers an array of features including one-click sign in with connected social network accounts, bandwidth bars to show guests the strength of their individual connections, cloud-based platform –no downloads or delays, HD video, screen and file sharing, chat, personalized URLs and more. New users can try out their online meeting rooms, free for 30 Days.
Hall.com is group chat, IM and video chat for companies and teams that is currently available on the web, desktop and mobile for free–anytime, anywhere. Hall.com’s real-time collaborative platform was developed “conceptually to be an online assembly hall, a place whether people can get together and share real-time intelligence,” according to TechCrunch co-editor Alexia Tsotsis in a recent post.
FaceFlow is on a mission to provide users with an easily accessible high quality video communication platform that is simple to use. Their “free Skype alternative for video calls” lets users quickly share a free video chat session with a friend by simply sharing a video chat link, and is 100% free with no download necessary.
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