ZOOM Cloud Meetings 4+

Meet Happy

Zoom Video Communications, Inc.

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    • Offers In-App Purchases



Zoom is #1 in customer satisfaction and the best unified communication experience on mobile.

It's super easy! Install the free Zoom app, click on "New Meeting," and invite up to 100 people to join you on video! Connect with anyone on iPad, iPhone, other mobile devices, Windows, Mac, Zoom Rooms, H.323/SIP room systems, and telephones.

- Best video meeting quality
- Easily join a meeting or start an instant meeting with phone, email, or company contacts
- Virtual backgrounds on iPhone 8, iPad 5, iPad Pro and all later models

- Best iPhone and iPad content and mobile screen sharing quality
- Co-annotate over shared content
- Real-time whiteboard collaboration on iPad

- Reach people instantly with messages, files, images, links, and GIFs
- Quickly respond or react to threaded conversations with emojis
- Create or join public and private chat channels

- Effortlessly make or receive calls with your business number
- Get voicemail and call recording with transcripts
- Use call delegation to make/receive calls on behalf of others
- Set up auto-receptionists to autonomously answer and route calls

- Safe driving mode while on the road and works with Apple CarPlay
- Siri Shortcuts to customize your own voice commands to start, join, and listen to a list of upcoming meetings
- Use your iOS app to start your meeting or for direct share in Zoom Rooms
- Join Zoom Webinars as a view-only participant or panelist
- Attend OnZoom events (US Beta only)
- Works over Wi-Fi, 5G, 4G/LTE, and 3G networks

- Any free or paid license can be used with the app
- Zoom Phone is an add-on to paid Zoom licenses
- A paid Zoom subscription is required for certain product features

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What’s New

Version 5.11.3

General Features:
- Indonesian language support
- Additional MSI/PLIST/GPO options
- Disable in-meeting use of Zoom Whiteboard - DisableInMeetingWhiteBoard

Meeting Features:
- Support for Breakout Rooms in E2E encrypted meetings

Chat Features:
- Share videos from mobile devices

Phone Features:
- Receive SMS short codes
- Mark voicemail as unread

Resolved Issues:
- Minor bug fixes
- Security enhancements
- Resolved an issue regarding proxy authentication
- Resolved an issue for a subset of users regarding Webinar Q&A not appearing for some
- Resolved an issue regarding incomplete syncing of contacts from Exchange
- Resolved an issue regarding shortened join links being incorrectly parsed from calendar event details
- Resolved an issue regarding missing results when searching for a contact’s number in the localized format
- Resolved an issue regarding practice session notifications on mobile devices
- Resolved an issue regarding group chat notifications
- Resolved an issue regarding audio not reconnecting in a meeting after receiving a call
- Resolved an issue regarding double-tap to pin a video

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
39.5K Ratings

39.5K Ratings

Editors’ Notes

It’s hard to remember now, but there was a time, in the not-too-distant past, when people didn’t utter the phrase “go on mute” every single day. That’s just one of the ways Zoom has changed the landscape/society/fabric of space-time; what started as a videoconferencing app for business has become our go-to way (and word) for connecting with people in other places. Zoom’s meteoric rise came due to timing and circumstance, sure, but the app has met its moment with an elegant design, reliable performance, and constantly evolving features. But in the end, its real meaning is bigger: Zoom keeps us connected with each other.

Noam N ,

Best at the core

Zoom does its core job best of all alternatives. It has the mist robust video, given network conditions.

However, it fails to delight. The UI is meh. Starting a conversation with someone is clunky and cumbersome. There are inconsistencies between apps on different platforms.

If anyone can rival Zoom’s robust high quality video, I think they could easily disrupt its dominance with better peripheral features.

Shrumpi ,

Good but yet to be great

Great connection stability and quality, but really lacks in the UI department:
- no option to control the order of participants shown, so that if there are a panel of lecturers, or
More than one meeting organizer, they get lost within the many squares.
- no option to add a title for the conference. Sometimes it’s a day long conference and the lectures change and you want to know what you are watching.
- I wish there was an option to create a common environment, even graphically, for the video meeting, so that everybody can feel a little bit more together, in one common place. I think other apps have this feature - I.e a lecture hall with chairs or a living room etc...
- why stick to a square grid? Why not an option for a circle, for example?
- I wish there was an option of double clicking a square and seeing info about the person (info which they shared, of course, some kind of personal ID).

App Privacy

The developer, Zoom Video Communications, Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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