What is Jami?
It is a free software for universal communication which respects freedoms and privacy of its users. Its main goal is to provide a communication framework and end-user applications to make audio or video calls, send text messages and make generic data transfers. It makes this possible via multiple paradigms: a modern decentralized approach using a DHT to find peers or classical centralized SIP as a soft-phone.
Jami is a tool in the Web and Video Conferencing category of a tech stack.
Jami is an open source tool with 122 GitHub stars and 41 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Jami's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Jami?
10 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Jami.
- Text Messaging
- Group chat
- Clear History
- Chat history shared across devices
- Send Files
- Auto accept images
- Custom download location
- Typing indicator
- Read status
Jami Alternatives & Comparisons
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