3 Free Alternatives to Skype

3 Free Alternatives to Skype

By MakeTechEasier.com

3 alternatives to Skype that offer superior audio/video communication quality – for free.
–PC Pitstop.

When it comes to audio or video communication through the Internet, Skype is the one that most people have heard of and are using. However, other than Skype, there are other similar services that also provide audio/video communication features. In this article, we will look into some free apps which offer better audio/video communication than Skype.

VSee

VSee is a video conferencing and screen sharing service which works very similar to Skype. VSee uses less bandwidth and offers higher quality video and audio as compared to Skype. The greatest advantage of VSee over any other video communication service is that the users can share their screen with other users and use annotation tools for meetings and discussions.

The free version of VSee supports only one screen share per day with unlimited group video calls.

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11 thoughts on “3 Free Alternatives to Skype

  1. MSN has been taken over, basically by the NSA… and that is the issue with Skype as well. What a shame and what a pity this has happened. Thanks MSN for selling out our privacy once again. Not only looking for a viable alternative to Skype, but for Windows as well. I’ll be deleting my MSN account today. My Skype is corrupt…again and had to uninstall it as Windows kept crashing when I tried to use Skype. So much for our right to privacy.

  2. i liked skype because it let us talk to family and friens for free and no hasle either but since microsoft took over it seem became like amirican police man you can,t do this you ca,nt do that i would like an alternative program let us do the old ways skyp use to be
    and as far as skyp phone calls we can get it cheaper by aces numbers why bother ringing on skyp

  3. Hi Kevin, I don't have an iphone , it's taken me this long to learn to use a knife and fork, so I will have no chance with an iphone, But thanks anyway Kev.

  4. You are not the only one that thinks microsoft has destroyed skype. My brother and I are old soldiers who have used skype for over three years to keep in contact with our pals from our service days, we are both in our 70s so we don't need the aggro we are now getting since microsoft bought out skype. It freezes every minuet or so. We along with thousands of other pensioners need a window to the world. We don't mind paying for any calls , but on a one to one basis it should be free and trouble free as well. Can any one out there advise an old soldier on the best and cheapest alternative to skype please ?

    • I agree. Since Microsoft took over Skype I have had nothing but problems. And recently, when I go to use Skype..click on it, Windows crashes. And of course you cannot get any answer, as usual, from Microsoft or Skype support. I just uninstalled Skype…will lose my contacts, but I can start all over again. Seeking a viable alternative now.

  5. I love Kuvi! It's so nice to make the phone calls from your own phone instead of your computer. I used to have a ton of dropped calls due to my wifi cutting out. Kuvi is inexpensive and makes it so easy for me to have group calls.

    It would be more of an alternative to the group calling, not the video calling.

    Check it out: http://www.kuvicall.com

  6. Since Microsoft took over Skype sorry to say it stinks big time and will never make it me I won't use it they lose all your contacts that was enough for me but I'm only one and that is my opinion.

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