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10 Best Group Video Chat Apps in 2020

At times like the coronavirus, the outbreak has changed our lifestyles, group video chat apps can be a great help in arranging meetings online during work from home. You’ll find a wide range of videos such as online meetings and digital videoconferencing, others are designed to be used by a group of friends playing online games.

So, here are the 10 best group video chat apps available right now.


At the moment, Zoom seems to be the most popular platform for hosting digital meetings. Even before the Coronavirus outbreak, used to organize professional meetings and can be accessed via smartphones too. Zoom comes up with HD audio and HD video quality format and also this app can handle around 1000 participants in a single team meeting.


  • Hosting capacity of up to 100 participants for video conference free and up to 100 (premium)
  • Unlimited number of meetings
  • Unlimited 1 to 1 minute
  • 40 mins long group meetings

2. Skype

No need for Introduction to Skype. World’s most popular video/audio chat app until a few years ago. Thanks to an ever-growing number of competitors, Skype somehow lost its popularity. Skype received plenty of interesting features. Skype adds plenty of features like send money via PayPal within the app, and you can blur your background while doing video calls and many more.


  •  Up to 50.
  • Desktop Platforms Supported: Windows, macOS, Linux.

3. Houseparty

Houseparty, as it suggests, is meant for hanging out with your friends in the online field. One of the best features of this app is related to gaming. Houseparty offers several games like Pictionary, Heads Up, Apples-to-Apples, etc.


  •  Maximum Number of ParticipantsUp to eight.
  • Web Browsers SupportedCHROME.

4. Google Hangouts

 that Google has two Hangouts-branded products (Chat – for text messaging, and Meet – for video calls).Chat – for text messaging chat app, allowing you to hold meetings with up to 250 individuals (depending on your G Suite subscription). Another Google Hangouts (Meet) product – which is designed for average home users


  •  Maximum Number of Participants: Up to 25 (Gmail accounts); Up to 100 (G Suite Basic); Up to 150 (G Suite Business); Up to 250 (G Suite Enterprise).

5. Facebook Messenger

Facebook Messenger is one of the most feature-rich group video chat apps out there. To Install Facebook Messenger you need a Facebook account. You get AR (augmented reality) games, boomerang-style loops, the ability to retract your messages, and plenty more. 

6. WhatsApp Messenger

The advantage of WhatsApp is end-to-end encryption and this applies to both text (soon to feature self-destructing texts) and video messages. You get end-to-end encryption, which means that Facebook (theoretically) doesn’t see anything you do within the app.

7. FaceTime

Facetime is a product developed from Apple which is available on supported iOS mobile devices and Macintosh computers that run Mac OS X 10.6.6 and later. FaceTime only works between Apple-made devices, so you might not be able to make video calls with all your friends.

8. Whereby

 Whereby is a simple video chat app that has delightful video meeting experiences. It started in 2013 when the service was called and started as a summer intern project inside Norwegian telecom company Telenor.

9. GoToMeeting

GoToMeeting is a web-hosted service created and marketed by LogMeIn. It is an online meeting, desktop sharing, and video conferencing software package that enables the user to meet with other computer users, customers, clients or colleagues via the Internet in real-time.

10. Talky

Talky is a minimalist video chat app that lives entirely in your Web browser. It doesn’t have mobile version apps, And the best thing here is that Talky is 100% free of charge, and there are no hidden fees, locked features, or anything similar.

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