Brave Browser has announced video calls can soon be made on the testing version of its browser.
The service, Brave Together, offers end-to-end encryption with its calls—unlike a number of other video conferencing platforms, such as Zoom.
Unlimited participants can join the calls, though features are still in development.
Please notice this new feature is still in beta test, available only on the nightly (test) builds. It will become a standard feature after it has been thoroughly tested and debugged, probably within a few weeks. If you are in a hurry, you can sign up for the nightly builds and use the test version immediately.
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Categories: Online Privacy & Security, Web Browsers
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