Say Namaste, A Made In India Zoom Alternative Video Calling App That Will Make You #GoLocal: Report

Say Namaste, an Indian video chat application that is said to be a  Zoom video chat app alternative in the country is just what you need to try. Zoom video chat application that is trending in the world has got a lot of security flaws and vulnerabilities that make it a baleful application. To tackle this issue, the Say Namaste application developed by an Indian startup comes in the room to provide a secure video chatting experience.

Say Namaste: India Made Video Chat App Details

Say Namaste, A Made In India Zoom Alternative Video Calling App That Will Make You #GoLocal: Report
Say Namaste, A Made In India Zoom Alternative Video Calling App That Will Make You #GoLocal: Report

Since the Coronavirus Pandemic, the Zoom and Google Duo video chatting applications are on the rise. Just recently, PM Modi suggested #GoLocal and #VocalforLocal movement where he emphasized on using local things made within the country’s boundary. Now, with the Say Namaste app, users can try out an India made video calling application.

End-to-End Encryption

Say Namaste, A Made In India Zoom Alternative Video Calling App That Will Make You #GoLocal: Report
Say Namaste, A Made In India Zoom Alternative Video Calling App That Will Make You #GoLocal: Report

The Inscriptions developed software, ‘Say Namaste’, is secured with 1:1 encryption. But just like Zoom, the application is not end-to-end encrypted for videos but is secure and the data stays within the Indian boundaries. The company claims that private data and information will be secure and known only to that particular user.

The CEO Anuj Garg states that the application uses A256 bit encryption and the user data is encrypted in-transit and at-rest.

Availability 

For now, the application is not available on the iOS App Store or Android’s Playstore but users’ can visit their website to start video chatting. The application version will be available soon.

Also Read: Xiaomi Is Harvesting Users’ Data Even In Incognito Mode; Reports Claim Xiaomi Owned Apps Leaking Data To Other Chinese Giants

Source – The Quint

Pranav Sawant

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