I love the service, but app is quite far behind. On tablet screen control disappears and back button does not allow you to close app. Also it would be great to have room name already auto-generated like on a web site.
The app doesn't support granting permissions as they are needed so it automatically gets telephony, storage, camera and microphone access. I would prefer it to explain where it needs those and ask for them as the camera is enabled by default in conferences (option to disable it by default would be nice too) and the only way to not have it in the beginning of the call is removing the permission and getting a warning on the app possibly not working properly for being designed for an older version of Android. Otherwise it lets you join meet.jit.si conferences and hear and see the other members, I am not sure if the website has text chat, if it does, it's not shown in the app, and thus I think it's a good app.
Happy to see Atlassian putting some effort into Jitsi Meet. Was pleasantly surprised to see that an Android app even existed. Almost fully featured, but still missing a few things from the "desktop" browser interface, such as the ability to set your name and Gravatar.
It joins to the meeting but I can't talk or listen. I also don't send or receive video.
There seems to be an issue connecting to a private server even with the complete url. I will reserve my final rating until I see a few versions released
Great easy communication
* Increased performance and decreased battery consumption with hardware-accelerated video.
* Support for Android 6.0-style runtime audio and video record permissions.
* Bug fixes and stability improvements.
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