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This free video chat doesn’t require an account or even your name

As more people started to work from home, Zoom’s video conferencing platform exploded in popularity. Tap or click here for Zoom tricks you’ll wish you knew sooner.

With most video chatting platforms, you must download a sizable program, create an account and log in. Then, you might fight with an unfamiliar user interface to get yourself set up.

But it doesn’t need to be that way. Read on to find out how to make hassle-free video calls for free.

Brave Talk works right in your browser

Nobody should struggle with video calling apps. That is why Brave built the functionality into its browser, which is the only application you’ll need. Once the browser is installed, you will be ready to go with Brave Talk.

Brave has a strong focus on privacy and security. In addition, it boasts of being one of the fastest browsers around, letting you access the internet quickly.

Here are some benefits of using the built-in video calling feature from Brave:

  • Privacy.

Brave Talk doesn’t have online tracking cookies, data collection or information linking you and participants in the call.

  • No additional app is needed.

The video calling function is built into the Brave browser, so there are no extra apps to load or accounts that you need to create.

  • Unlimited free calls.

You can make video or voice calls to as many people as you want for as long as you want. There are no limits on the duration, and it won’t cost you a cent.

  • Additional functions – for a fee.

The primary calling function is free to use, but it is limited to four participants per call. For a $7 monthly fee, you can add as many people as you like to one meeting and record the calls. Brave Talk Premium also includes hosting tools like muting participants and setting entry codes.

How to start using Brave Talk

The easiest way to chat with Brave Talk is to download the Brave browser. After that, you’ll immediately see the option to create a meeting. You just need a video camera on your device to start chatting.

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