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April 21, 2021

A young techie from the city developed a new video calling app 'MeetHour'. It is a video conferencing app which allows organisations and individuals to meet virtually using a tool that is highly secure and easy to use. At times when work from home has become a new normal, this youngster had used all his free time to develop the App.

Conceptualised by city-based techie Shoeb Ahmed, who also serves as its Chief Technical Officer, it is a user-friendly platform that doesn’t require a download or a sign-up from a computer

കോവിഡ് രൂക്ഷമായ സമയത്ത്, ജോലിയും പഠനവും എല്ലാം വീട്ടിലിരുന്ന് തന്നെ ആയതോടെ പ്രചാരം വർദ്ധിച്ച ഒന്നാണ് വീഡിയോ കോൺഫറൻസിംഗ് ആപ്ലിക്കേഷനുകൾ. മഹാമാരി മാറിയാലും ഇവയുടെ കാലം കഴിയുന്നില്ല. ജീവനക്കാരിൽ നിന്ന് 'പ്രൊഡക്ടിവ് ടൈം' കൂടുതൽ ലഭിക്കാനും പല അനാവശ്യ ചിലവുകൾ ഒഴിവാക്കാനും മീറ്റിങ്ങുകൾ ഉൾപ്പെടെ ജോലി സംബന്ധമായ പല കാര്യങ്ങളിലും വീഡിയോ കോൺഫറൻസിങ്ങിനുള്ള അനന്തമായ സാധ്യത ബിസിനസ് ഭീമന്മാർ മുതൽ ചെറുകിട കച്ചവടക്കാർ വരെ തിരിച്ചറിഞ്ഞു കഴിഞ്ഞു.

There are already many video conferencing apps in the market and does the industry need more? Video conferencing app Zoom became popular during Covid-19 and it has already more active users than Microsoft’s Teams, Cisco’s WebEx and Google’s Meet.

In the age of work from home (WFH), a team of Indian American entrepreneurs has developed “Meet Hour,” a video conferencing tool for all ages rivaling the likes of Zoom. The simple user friendly app provides unlimited free use for young and old alike as also smaller schools, institutions, and non-profits without time constraints.

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