Top 10 Best Web Conferencing Reviews

Want to know more about the best web conferencing software available? Check out these in-depth reviews to learn more!

Built by B2B software giant Citrix, GoToMeeting has an impressive set of specs even in its free offering. Your best bet, however, is the Pro or Enterprise plan. Features such as enterprise sign in, which allows employees to log on to the...

While it isn’t a standalone product, RingCentral Meetings is an excellent web conferencing solution that’s secure, packed with great meeting features and extremely simple to use. If you’re looking to invest in an...

Rhub is not your run of the mill web conferencing solution. Besides an endless list of features to turbocharge your web conferencing experience, you’ll get to own your own server, giving you incredible flexibility and customization...

Zoho Meetings may not be the most full-featured web conferencing app around, but it’s still well worth checking out. It’s reasonably secure and makes it possible to host web conferences without the need to download or install...

Zoom has won various awards for its web conferencing platform, and it isn’t hard to see why. The service boasts impressive specs and advanced features even on the free tier, as well as live support 24 hours a day. More significantly,...

WebEx has more than 71 million users a month, and with good reason. Its advanced meeting preparation and conferencing tools are guaranteed to make even the most demanding meetings run without a hitch. More significantly, WebEx has...

Anymeeting is flexible, secure and very simple to use. You can set up a meeting in just a few clicks straight from Outlook or access live events and recordings wherever you are in the world. And while you won’t be using it for any...

There’s a lot to love on ClickMeeting. It’s flexible, easy to use and incredibly customizable. More to the point, it seamlessly integrates with Google Translate and provides instant translations in more than 52 languages, making...

As the workspace becomes increasingly location independent, Join.Me bridges the gap by making online collaboration a breeze. With advanced screen and window sharing capabilities, unlimited whiteboards and up to 5TB of managed cloud storage,...

With top quality HD video, incredible flexibility and an endless list of features and customization options, vConferenceOnline is hard to beat. Its ability to host multiple sessions simultaneously and support for an unlimited number of...

Blackboard’s Collaborate is a web conferencing application built specifically with e-learning in mind. While its functionality is otherwise quite limited, features such as the interactive whiteboard, app sharing, electronic hand...

HighFive is an integrated hardware and software platform designed specifically for everyday meetings and collaboration. While the hardware element makes it somewhat location dependent, at least as far as hosting web conferences is...

The system allows up to 1000 simultaneous attendees with unlimited screen sharing, drawing tools, document sharing and private chat. You can also upload audio or video recordings during a live meeting - great if you’ve pre-recorded a...

While Conference Call is an audio-only package and does not include video conferencing, it comes with a surprisingly long list of features. These include Outlook and Google Calendar integration, breakout rooms, a custom waiting area,...

The operator identifies and connects callers and remains on call to help out with any technical difficulties that may arise. Calls can be recorded and you can even get a written transcript of the audio conference once it’s over...

Unfortunately, iMeet misses some more advanced features that come as standard on other web conferencing services, including electronic hand raising, polling and breakout rooms. This makes it ideal for team collaboration and even online...