The Brave browser has launched a new video conferencing feature on the browser that offers an unlimited number of calls that are private, according to an announcement made on May 26.
Called “Brave Together”, the new videoconferencing feature is currently only available on Brave Nightly, the testing and development version of the Brave browser. The Brave team is welcoming feedback on the feature, which is built on the open source video conferencing solutions project Jitsi.
The solution is still being worked on, and the feature is currently only available on desktop. Furthermore, there are some issues with the widgets, but this is being worked on. The widge is currently limited to North America, but it will soon expand following testing. The service is still being evaluated, according to the team.
Users seem to be impressed on the whole, praising the privacy and the smooth experience of starting a call.
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