4.7 out of 5 with 9 ratings

Jami Reviews

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I've tried to connect my Android phone and Arch Linux PC. Android app received messages from PC, but not the other direction. Then I disabled and re-enabled my account on Android app, then it crashed and kept crashing on startup, so it became unusable. Certainly needs to mature.

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Great decentralised tool that is not difficult to adopt. Nifty way to share the account between devices, and also allows for extra SIP accounts. Most likely to grow into a decentralised, open source Skype killer, in my opinion!

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No client for 32 bit Windows.

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Ring is a much more secure, quicker and functional alternative than using a commercial application, like Skype. Since I use GNU/Linux, and most of the rest of my family uses Windows or macOS, Ring is a great, secure choice.

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Love the fact that it works offline if the person you're talking with is connected to the same router or other device like that

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Cross-platform support, non-proprietary protocol, no phone required, free, decentralized!

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HD calls - Crystal clear video and audio-only calls.

Free and open-source software that uses distributed hash tables. No centralized server.

Intercom calls - The same account can be setup on multiple devices. You can then make calls between the same account on different devices.

SIP support - Answer and make VoIP telephone calls from anywhere in the world where you are connected to the internet.

No central server required - If there is a wired and/or wireless connection between the caller and receiver, you can make a call.

File sharing - Send files of all sizes between Jami users. FLAC, GIF, JPEG, JPG, MKV, MP3, MP4, OGG, PNG, WAV, WEBM and WEBP file extensions are automatically downloaded.

Supports multiple accounts - You can have multiple Jami and SIP accounts.

Open development - The Jami software has many features and is stable; yet, the rate of development is increasing as more developers are contributing to provide even more features while keeping the software stable.

Works without Internet access - If required, works within a Local Area Network (LAN) without the need for an Internet connection.

Cross platform support (computers, smartphones and televisions) - Works with devices running Android, Android TV, GNU/Linux, iOS, macOS and Windows operating systems.

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It's Free/Open Source and cross-platform, all kinds of communications text messaging, file sharing, voice and video calling is available under one app ;-)

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File sharing is missing. Hopefully it comes.....there it is :)

[Edited by igenn, June 03]

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