Amazon Chime is a new communications service that transforms meetings and video calls with a secure, easy-to-use application that you can trust. With Amazon Chime, you can conduct online meetings, connect with video conferencing, call, chat, and share content easily, both inside and outside your organization. Amazon Chime is available on any device, and your meetings and conversations are always synchronized so that you can stay connected.
• Tap to join meetings – no more lengthy pin numbers
• Video conference calls with high-definition video tiles
• Easily control meetings with the visual roster
• Tap to share content, view on any device
• Chat and chat rooms, with attachments
Amazon Chime frees you to work wherever you need to with a single app for all your communications needs.
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• Option to blur your background when you share your video.
• Background blur can be turned on during a call from the options menu. In the menu select Call options > Background Blur > Select the Blur Strength.
• Once set, your background blur setting will persist for future calls.
• Bug fixes and performance improvements.
Ratings and Reviews
Doesn’t suggest frequent contacts or favorites
When starting a new message, I typically type the name of the person/group I want to message in the “to” field. The mobile app suggests everyone in my Exchange contact list - my company has abt a million employees in contact. So, “john” gets me abt 200 results. The app already knows the “john”s I have historically messaged, the ones I regularly message, and the one(s) I have favorited. Yet, it doesn’t use any of this info to improve suggestions, which is critical for mobile apps because we tend to use the mobile app (instead of desktop app) when traveling, in a hurry, etc. It’s been like this for years and I was hoping they’d fix it. Disappointing UX.
Sort of okay, sort of not okay
The video conferencing stuff works decently. That’s important.
The notifications don’t work right, and the app regularly shows stale/outdated/incorrect conversation and contact information. Notifications are one of those really important things for a chat app, and they’re just quite broken in the iOS app. Hope this gets prioritized.
The group chat rooms are pretty functional and have a good selection of features. Not too many to be confusing/hard to navigate - and not too few to be lacking in utility.
Great meeting app
You don't have to remember anymore pin or dial in... just a one button conference call, and with dial back enabled, so when the conference start you get a pop up on your pc asking to join. You can tell people you're few minutes late..
And the phone calls through data is fantastic.. switching from mobile network takes a fraction of a second... and I was able to be in the call in challenging situation like high speed train at 300km/hour!
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- 140.8 MB
- Requires iOS 12.1 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 12.1 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 12.1 or later.
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