You can choose to either have a voice or video call, and you can also share your screen.
And if you’re worried about privacy, you can “lock” your call to prevent anyone else from joining if they somehow found your unique link.
One of the easiest ways to start a voice or video call. If you want an incredibly simple way to start a call, is what you’re looking for. Simply create a “Room” link, and share that link with whoever you want to chat with (up to eight people).
When a recipient clicks the link, the room will open in their browser (this works on mobile, too).
On your smartphone, this works over data (or Wi-Fi if you’re connected), so calls over Hangouts do not use any of your included minutes.
The contacts that Google Hangouts adds to your account can be both from your phone contacts, and your email contacts.
You can call landlines and mobiles from Hangouts, too.
Like Whats App, you can make domestic and international calls too.
Like a lovechild between Whats App and Skype, oo Voo is a free cross platform (Android, i OS, Windows, Web) app that allows free calls to other oo Voo users, and paid calls to landlines and mobiles.
It’s group video calls are of particularly high quality, which is the main reason it’s included in this list.
If you start a Web-Based oo Voo chat, up to 12 people can join for free, without signing up or downloading anything. All calls can be recorded, and screens can be shared.