With video call applications, you can easily connect and chat with your family, and also perform business transactions and meetings. But the drawback to this kind of applications is that they are not effective and have bad video quality over poor and challenging networks. You know Skype, but there are many other alternatives to video calls.
A video call application that is not affected by poor networks is VSee. To show its quality, this application can be used in rural areas and even Space Stations (it is used by NASA).
The application is designed for professional settings with a comprehensive and smart user interface, devoid of emoticons or animations. You can create groups and have a conference call with the group members. You can also transfer files to each group or a particular user through the Drag and Drop feature.
The application can handle up to seven conference call participants at once. You can switch to audio call if your recipients do not have a webcam. Aside from that, the application also supports online collaboration between professionals, especially among medical practitioners.
Ito allows you to carry out business presentations or explain a document through the “Share Desktop” and the “Share Application” features.
Overall, this is a great video and audio conferencing and collaboration application for both in informal and formal settings, and it shines best in poor network connections.
It is part from instant messaging category and is licensed as shareware for Windows 32-bit and 64-bit platform and can be used as a free trial until the trial period will end. The VSee demo is available to all software users as a free download with potential restrictions compared with the full version.