Mumbai, June 10: Uplifting PM Modi's initiative of 'Vocal for Local', India’s very own video conferencing platform "Say Namaste" app which was earlier available only in the web version is now available on Google Play Store as well as on IOS App Store. The app has pitched itself as India’s alternative to the Zoom Video app.
Say Namaste is a secure audio and video conferencing app designed for productive meetings or catchups among corporate teams, friends, or family members. Joining and creating a meeting room is extremely easy in Say Namaste. All you need to do is launch the Say Namaste app on your device and tap on ‘Start’ or ‘Join meeting’. Now, generate a code and hit ‘Connect’. Users can share this invite code with people to help them join the conference call.
Say Namaste supports up to 50 participants in a group video call. The app also comes with features such as screen sharing, text mode, file sharing, and more. Similar to Zoom and other video calling platforms the screen sharing option on Say Namaste lets users easily share screen using desktop/laptop and the shared screen can be used by all participants in the app itself.
The app also allows users to chat via text messages on the app during an ongoing video call. Lastly, the file-sharing feature allows users to share documents, PDFs, presentations, images, video files, and a lot more during the video conference itself amongst all participants.
Currently, Say Namaste is downloaded by over 100k users via the Google Play store. On both Play store and App store, the app is listed with 4.5 stars. It appears the developers are pushing regular updates to improve the app experience. The latest update brings call quality optimization, fixed crashes, miscellaneous bug fixes, and enhancements.
The company’s CEO Anuj Garg stated in an interview that the company mainly focuses on privacy and security very seriously and as an organisation, Say Namaste is completely compliant with GDPR.