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Rated 2.5 out of 5
2.5 out of 5 stars (based on 2 reviews)
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It is an open source JavaScript WebRTC application and can be used for videoconferencing. One can share desktop and presentations and with just a link can invite new members for videoconference. It can be used by downloading the app or directly in a browser and it is compatible with any recent browser. Every user can use servers or can download and install the server software on a Linux-based machine. The first key feature of Jitsi Meet is encrypted communication (secure communication): As of April 2020, 1-1 calls use the P2P mode, which is end-to-end encrypted via DTLS-SRTP between the two participants. Group calls also use DTLS-SRTP encryption, but rely on the Jitsi Videobridge (JVB) as video router, where packets are decrypted temporarily. The Jitsi team emphasizes that “they are never stored to any persistent storage and only live in memory while being routed to other participants in the meeting”, and that this measure is necessary due to current limitations of the underlying WebRTC technology. The second key feature of Jitsi Meet is there’s no need of new client software installation.

Rated 1.0 out of 5

This instance is not trade free anymore unfortunately. It injects ads at the end of every call…to buy pro subscriptions to their pro stuff.

Rated 4.0 out of 5

They link to their pages on trade-based networks (facebook, linkedin, twitter), to trade-based collaborative software (slack) and to trade-based app stores (Google Play and App Store from Apple) because they have an app for phones. uBlock origin also blocked “” which is a “Product Intelligence platform helping companies build better products”. These things are not that bad, but I want to mention them, because else it’s a great service! You don’t need an account or pay money or so. You can just use it directly in the browser. Do they collect data? Yes, but not to make a business out of that: “8×8 is not in the business of selling personal information to third parties. 8×8 uses this information to deliver the service, to identify and troubleshoot problems with the service, and to improve the service. In addition, 8×8 may use this information to investigate fraud or abuse.” ( So I’d give them 4/5 blocks.

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