Amazon Releases its Own Amazon Chime App For Video Conferencing

Amazon recently releases its video conferencing app called Amazon Chime App and promises to provide less shitty video chatting experience to its users with the functionality of video calls, group chats for a remote meeting.

Chime App is basically business focused and available cross platform for all Windows, iOS, Android and Mac users. Amazon Chime app lets you connect with 16 people at a time on your desktop as well as you can connect with eight peoples on mobile. Along with that participants can share their screen and files, video or voice recorded meetings to each other, or even they can dial a phone into an ongoing meeting by a standard phone line in Amazon Chime App.

Amazon Chime app provides 256-bit encryption for Secure Conferencing

As stated by the Amazon Chime app is using 256-bit encryption and will be secure enough to keep your chats and data confidential. Chime App also come up with noise-cancelling wideband technology for clear audio.

Amazon Chime App

With the release of Chime app, it seems like Amazon will take over big and traditional video conferencing apps like Microsoft Skype and Citrix GoToMeeting. Amazon Chime app comes with two paid plans as mentioned in the app; the Plus plan comes for $2.50 per month for each user and the Pro plan will cost around $15 per user each month which will allow you to connect with 100 people in a go.

As for the comparison in the market with GoToMeeting costs  $19 a month for 10 participants and $49 per month for 100 users and similarly, Skype will cost you around $5 per month per user for a primary package, and the full bundle costs you around $12.50 per month per user.

Amazon Chime app is free for the video chatting between two users. Additionally, Chime is also giving away a one month trial of its Pro, as well as Plus, plans to the users and you can give it a go here right now.

If you have tried it already, Don’t forget to know your reviews about the application in comments below.

Source: AWS

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