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Top video calling services you can use without downloading or logging in

Top video calling services you can use without downloading or logging in
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  • Video calling is an easy way to connect with friends or colleagues during the Coronavirus lockdown.
  • If you do not use such services regularly, you may not want to download the application or register for the service.
  • Here are some video calling services that allow you to start a video conference without having to download or register.
India is currently under a nationwide lockdown to control the spread of Coronavirus. With so many people stuck at home, you may need to speak with your colleagues or friends, either for work or just to pass the time.

There are many applications out there that allow you to video conference easily. However, most of these services require you to download them and login to be able to use them.

Zoom, which has become very popular over the past few months requires the host to sign up, as well as install the app. However, the participants need not download or sign up to join the video call.

Top video calling apps that don’t require login or installation

Here are some video calling services that do not require you to download or register anywhere to start a meeting.

Skype

To help people stay connected during the Coronavirus pandemic, Microsoft has the Meet Now feature. It allows users to start a video conference without having to download the app or create an account. All you need to do is go here and click on ‘Create a free meeting’. You can then copy the invite link and share it with other participants.

Webroom

If you’re looking for video calling services that do not require you to login or download the app, Webroom is another good option. All you need to do is go here, enter your name and your email address and click on ‘Start Your Room’. You can enter random information if you do not want to share your personal details. The service also allows users to use a whiteboard for notes, screen sharing, PDF presentations and more.

Jitsi Meet

Jitsi Meet is another easy to use video calling service that allows you to do so without having to download the app or register for it. To start the video conference, just go here and click on ‘Start A Call’, then name the meeting and click on ‘Go’. You can also share your screen, make presentations and more.

Talky

Talky is a simple video calling service that allows you to easily start a meeting. To start a video conference, just go here, enter a name and click on ‘Start a chat’. It has a fun game that the host can play while waiting for other participants to join and allows users to share their screen.

See also:

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