If you're looking for an easy-to-use, privacy-friendly alternative to Microsoft's Skype, you might want to try Jami:
You can also follow them on here at:
It's free, open and distributed, and available for Android, iOS, Windows, Mac and Linux.
It has no servers, calls are connected directly peer-to-peer over an encrypted connection.
⚡️Establishing peer-to-peer connections with Jami -- part one of an in-depth explanation of how Jami uses OpenDHT to connect users.
Read it here 👇
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Thanks Sirgazil. How does Jami not satisfy your requirements?
@Tvax_x We always send our updates/releases to the maintainers of F-Droid. It is on their side that the update is not yet done. Thank you !
Jami usernames are stored on a blockchain. For more info please see this article : https://jami.net/the-jami-blockchain-switches-from-proof-of-work-to-proof-of-authority/
Skype is owned by Microsoft and all its calls pass through MS servers. No one knows what MS does with the data it gathers.
Jami is a free open alternative with no servers at all, calls connect directly between users. It's very easy to use, and a good privacy-friendly replacement for Skype.
Their website is at:
You can follow Jami on the Fediverse at:
The app is available for all major platforms including Android, iOS, Windows, Mac and Linux.
@moshtodon https://blog.savoirfairelinux.com/en-ca/card/ring-becomes-jami/ please let us know if you still have issues with accessing our website.
@[email protected] Hi! Did you download it from the store or from the desktop application?