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Forget Zoom, Meet Say Namaste, An Indian Calling App!

Why just a hi when you can say namaste, and when everyone in the world is encouraging everything local. To keep up the tradition of diverse Indian culture and say namaste over an Indian video calling app lets also support everything local.

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By Harsheen Kamboj
August 12, 2020

Say Namaste: From morning work calls with the boss to late-night video calls with family and friends, we’re sure you’re already privy on some of the platforms and use them daily. However, these unprecedented times have pushed them to remote working and given the rise in demand of not only for safe and hassle-free application but also want to allow a maximum number of folks in one call. Well, don’t worry, to surmount this issue we’ve now indian video calling app Say Namaste.

Indian Video Calling App Say Namaste

From morning work calls with the boss to late-night video calls with family and friends, we’re sure you’re already privy on some of the platforms and use them daily. However, these unprecedented times have pushed them to remote working and given the rise in demand of not only for safe and hassle-free application but also want to allow a maximum number of folks in one call. Well, don’t worry, to surmount this issue we’ve now India’s own video conferencing app Say Namaste. Call For Local Apps Like Say Namaste Call For Local Apps Like Say Namaste Journey Of Say Namaste

In the month of April, a Mumbai-based web application and software development company Inscripts ideated Say Namaste, India’s own alternative by Anuj Garg (CEO, Inscripts). It was initially a web app, but now it’s available as an application on Google Play Store and Apple Play Store. From the moment, the news broke out, it was a great opportunity for startups to be in the video chat running business. Hence, Inscript seized the opportunity and developed this app which claims to be a secure, private, encrypted 1:1 and multi-party video conferencing solution. Also, within 48 hours of their launch, these guys took over the Internet and crossed one lakh users and 25,000 meetings. Features And How It Works Video calling through laptop. Video calling through laptop. Picture By Edward Jenner On Pexels

If you’re wondering what singles them out from the other apps? Due to security and privacy issues, the Govt. of India urged the citizens to avoid using Zoom and Say Namaste comes in the picture with its special sign-up function on their website. You don’t have to log-in through Google or Facebook. All you have to do is enter the name you want to use for the meeting and it’s done. Ta-da! It aims to minimise security breaches and data leaks. For app purposes, you’ll find two options such as ‘create a meeting’ or ‘join a meeting’. After downloading it, you can create your own meeting and share the meeting link given by the host. So simple and user-friendly. isn’t it? Say Namaste can connect up to 50 participants at a time through video calls. This is a much-appreciated feature by Inscripts as people were in search of a secure and stable video-conferencing service. The app also lets you use the features like screen-sharing, text mode, file sharing and much more. Plus, it allows their users to chat via text messages on the app during an ongoing meeting.

Turning up as the latest Internet bonanza, video conferencing apps continue to provide a comprehensive approach to firms and are intended to stay in the long run. While keeping the local sensibilities and future growth in mind, Anuj Garg created Say Namaste an indian video calling app which also offers multiple regional languages to help reach out to large audiences. Compared to the other apps out there in the queue, it will be a tad bit hard for Say Namaste to hook a larger audience but their safety regulations and other features might help the software to assemble more consumers in days to come.

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