As an Apple's built-in video call app, FaceTime is a free service that allows you to connect with other people on iPad. However, it is impossible for iPad users to use FaceTime to make a group video conference with others for business, education or training. Because FaceTime only supports one-to-one video conference call.
In the circumstance, you may need a third-party iPad video conference app to help you make a video conference with your teams, clients or employees whenever you want and wherever you are. Here we choose top 5 popular video conferencing apps for iPad and provide a brief introduction on their features and prices.
The first iPad app for video conferencing I would like to recommend is Zoom. As one of the most popular video conferencing apps for iPad, Zoom lets you host and join meetings with your partners or clients remotely. It allows screen sharing and whiteboard sharing for easy presentations. You can also mark up the shared screen, text messaging, and more.
You can easily download and install its free trial from App Store on your iPad and have free video conference with up to 50 people as long as you don't talk for more than 40 minutes. You can also purchase paid plans, which lets you chat with up to 50 people at once with unlimited meeting time.
Just like Zoom, ezTalks Meetings is also a superb iPad video conference app that delivers easy, professional, and feature-rich online conferencing services to let your team collaborate easily at any locations in real time. During a meeting time, you can share interactive whiteboard to brighten your ideas. It also supports file sharing, screen sharing, meeting scheduling, private & group chat, recording and playback as well as more features. All of these make it a worthwhile iPad app for video conferencing.
Its free trial allows you to make video conference with up to 100 participants for no more than 40 minutes. It also provides five kinds of paid plans to allow up to 500 participants to join a meeting at the same time. Whether you are small to medium enterprises or large enterprises, the best video conferencing app for iPad can meet your needs.
GoToMeeting is also one of dedicated video conferencing apps for iPad. With a GoToMeeting account, you can use the app to manage all your meeting schedules, notes, files and more with ease. What makes GoToMeeting so popular is the ease of use with an intuitive interface. It also includes some additional features to better its performance, like call recording, dial-in number, group chat, interactive whiteboard and so on.
You can download its 14-day free trial for unlimited feature to have free video conference with up to 50 participants. You can also purchase its paid plans to make video conference with up to 100 participants.
Cisco's WebEx is also one of the most popular video conferencing apps for iPad. It has rich features like voice-activated video switching, file attachments and sharing, content and video simultaneously. Using WebEx on iPad is simple. You just need to sign up for a free account and download the temporary application, and then you can host or join meetings with ease.
Its 14-day free trial only supports meetings of three people or fewer. If you want more features and more participant numbers, you have to purchase its paid plans at the price of $24-$69.
Fuze Meeting is one of the popular video conferencing apps for iPad, which allows you to start video conferences instantly. You can pick participants from your address book. The host can either import documents into the virtual room or then present them to participants, or he can present them directly from his desktop. The screen-sharing mode makes it possible to switch control of keyboard and mouse to participants, thus enabling them to work on the same document together.
Unfortunately, the host currently cannot distribute documents to participants through the online meeting app. You are not allowed to make conducting polls. You need to pay for $8 per month for meetings and webinars with up to 125 participants.
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