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The 11 Best Video Conferencing Apps for Teams

The outbreak of corona left us to think of the alternative ways to get in touch with our team & students. In the last few days, we’ve tried a lot of video call apps—and have suffered through one too many terrible calls. And so, after trying nearly two dozen video conferencing apps, we’ve settled on the ones that consistently work well. Here are the best apps to make a video call whenever you want.

Tip: For smaller or fully remote teams—or for anyone who just wants to jump on a video call from anywhere—these call apps are a much better option since they work anywhere you have an internet connection.


AppBest for:Free for:Plans from:
FaceTimeOne-to-one video calls that feel as simple as a phone call2 usersN/A
GruveoReceiving one-to-one video calls in your browser with a dedicated line2 users$29/mo
SlackMaking a call directly from team chat15 users$2.67/mo
ZoomReliable, clear group video calls100 users$14.99/mo
Google HangoutsQuick calls from Google Calendar—with a brand new app25 usersN/A
GoToMeetingProfessional video conferencing and webinars3 users$19/mo
Amazon ChimeJumping on a call right on schedule2 users$15/mo/user
BlueJeansVideo conferencing from any device50 users$9.99/mo
PexipPresentations across multiple video conference systemsN/A$25/mo/user
Join.meCollaborating in a call200 users$20/mo
Cisco WebExWorking around a virtual whiteboard3 users$24/mo
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